Gary Hill is one of the most important contemporary artists investigating the relationships between words and electronic images. His inquiries into linguistics and consciousness offer resonant philosophical and poetic insights, as he explores the formal conjunctions of electronic visual and audio elements with the body and the self. With experimental rigor, conceptual precision and imaginative leaps of discovery, Hill's work in video is about, and is, a new form of writing. full biography
Gary Hill. Paris: Éditions du Centre Georges Pompidou, 1992: Amsterdam: Stedelijk Museum and Vienna: Kunsthalle, Wien, 1993; and Valencia: I.V.A.M Centre del Carme, 1993. Texts by Christine van Assche, Lynne Cook, Gary Hill, Jacinto Lageira and Hippolyte Massardier.
Gary Hill. Seattle: Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 1994. Texts by Chris Bruce, Lynne Cook, Bruce W. Ferguson, John Hanhardt and Robert Mittenthal.
Gary Hill: Around and About: A Performative View. Paris: Éditions du Regard, 2001.
Gary Hill: Selected Works and catalogue raisonne. Wolfsburg, Germany: Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg, 2002.
Morgan, Robert C., ed. Gary Hill. Baltimore: PAJ Books/ The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2000.
Quasha, George and Charles Stein. Viewer: Gary Hill's Projective Installations -- Number 3. Barrytown, NY: Station Hill Arts, 1997.