Archive of Author | Daniel Hill

Daniel Hill is an abstract painter and sound artist whose work has been included in numerous exhibitions exploring the relationship between painting, sound, and science.  Recent exhibitions include: Brattleboro Museum of Art (2016/17), Holland Tunnel Gallery- Greece (2016), NurtureArt (2016/17), Pace University (2015), Margret Thatcher Projects (2014), and McKenzie Fine Art (2012,2013).  Collections that hold Hill’s paintings include: United States Embassies, Microsoft Corporation, and Bank of America.  His sound work has appeared in the video/sound collaborations “Mythograph” and “Aurorasis” with Angie Drakopoulos exhibited in New York and Paris and his music has received airplay on radio stations in New York, Canada, and Europe.  He has curated the exhibition “Visual Inquiries: Artists Inspired by Science” at Pace University (Fall 2016) and co-curated the 2012 traveling exhibition “Emergence and Structure” at Lafayette College, Miami Dade College and the University of Florida.  He is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor of Art at Pace University in Manhattan.

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Articles with Daniel Hill


Interlocking Systems of Making

“My work is an exploration between vision and sound and the power of this connection to generate compelling visual environments. The inquiry of this integration has also satisfied a strong interest in the ideas and methodology of science as a basis for the conceptual underpinning of the work. As such, the method of creating my work is scientifically inspired with a well thought out and tested process oriented to have optimal pragmatic results both for the quality of the work itself and the benefits of the process for me as the maker.”

Daniel Hill is a painter, sound artist, curator, educator, and writer whose work explores the relationship between visual art, sound, and science. His paintings employ a rules based system in which the notion of embodied cognition is an inquiry as well as the balance between the aesthetic and conceptual.

An Exploration between Vision and Sound

“My work is an exploration between vision and sound and the power of this connection to generate compelling visual environments. The inquiry of this integration has also satisfied a strong interest in the ideas and methodology of science as a basis for the conceptual underpinning of the work. As such, the method of creating my work is scientifically inspired with a well thought out and tested process oriented to have optimal pragmatic results both for the quality of the work itself and the benefits of the process for me as the maker. I pursue a union between the perceptual and conceptual with a visual art that can be both perceptually powerful enough to hold the eye in our visually demanding world, yet simultaneously meditative, reflective, and firmly rooted in a solid conceptual foundation.”

Daniel Hill is an abstract painter and sound artist whose work has been included in numerous exhibitions exploring the relationship between painting, sound, and science.
He is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor of Art at Pace University in Manhattan.