Greg A. Hill is a multidisciplinary artist, curator and consultant. From Fort Erie, Ontario he is a Kanyen’keháka (Mohawk) member of the Six Nations of the Grand River.

Hill’s artworks, primarily in performance, installation and digital imaging, explore aspects of colonialism, nationalism, and concepts of place and community through the lens of his Kanyen’keháka and settler French ancestry. Recent work delves into concepts of relationship to Land and spaces contrasted as interior/exterior or domestic/wild as an inquiry of embodied lived experiences within “Land.” He has been exhibiting his work since 1989, with many solo exhibitions and performance works across Canada and group exhibitions in North America and Europe. He has worked collaboratively in performance productions and exhibitions in Canada, the United States, the Czech Republic, Germany, and Hong Kong. In 2003, Hill was a recipient of the K.M. Hunter Foundation Visual Arts Award and an Indspire award in 2018. His work can be found in public and private collections in Canada and abroad.

As a curator, Hill has worked in museums for almost 30 years, most notably as the National Gallery of Canada’s Audain Senior Curator of Indigenous Art where he was dedicated to increasing the visibility of Indigenous Art through ongoing displays throughout the permanent collection galleries. Hill greatly expanded the collection of Indigenous art, produced a series of retrospective exhibitions for senior Indigenous artists in Canada, as well as established a series of contemporary international Indigenous art exhibitions from which a leading collection of artworks has been acquired by many of the most significant national and international Indigenous artists of our time.

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