John Hilliard, (born 1945) is an English conceptual artist. Hilliard's ongoing body of work addresses the specificity of photography as a medium: its uncertainty as a representational device and its status within the visual arts, especially in relation to painting, cinema and commercial photography.
Film and audio
The conceptual artist's work explores the technical and sculptural nature of photography
The term process art refers to where the process of its making art is not hidden but remains a prominent …
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