Susan Hiller obituary

UK The Guardian

Conceptual artist who explored alternative belief systems and cosmologies In 1965 Susan Hiller was in New Orleans, sitting through a lecture on African art, during the final year of her doctorate in anthropology, when it dawned on her that she could pursue all the things that had originally interested her about anthropology through art. “My previous inchoate thoughts and feelings about anthropology as a practice and about art as a practice seemed to fall into place, in one complex moment of admiration, empathy, longing and self-awareness.” Although this revelation came quickly, Hiller’s …

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