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Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill

Hill’s sculptural practice explores the history of found materials to enquire into concepts of land, property, and economy.

All images Courtesy of the artist and Cooper Cole, Toronto

Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill (b. 1979, Comox, British Columbia, Canada) is a Métis artist and writer. Often, her projects emerge from an interest in capitalism as an imposed, impermanent, and vulnerable system, as well as in alternative economic modes. Her works have used found and readily-sourced materials to address concepts such as private property, exchange, and black-market economies. Hill is a member of BUSH gallery, an Indigenous artist collective seeking to decentre Eurocentric models of making and thinking about art, prioritizing instead land-based teachings and Indigenous epistemologies.

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