Daniel Hill is an abstract painter, sound artist, curator, and writer whose work explores the relationship between visual art, sound, and science.  Recent exhibitions include: Brattleboro Museum of Art (2016/17), NurtureArt (2016/17), Holland Tunnel Gallery- Greece (2016), 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.  He has curated “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.  Hill has appeared on panel talks or contributed writing to; The CUE Art Foundation (forthcoming 2017), The Brooklyn Rail (forthcoming 2017), the Helix Center (forthcoming 2017), TransBorder Art, Interalia Magazine, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, SciArt Magazine among others.  His sound work has appeared in the video/sound installations “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 is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor of Art at Pace University in Manhattan. 

He resides in Long Island City, NY with his wife and two sons.


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