Zach Hill is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice uses sculpture, video, performance, drawing, and installation to construct storylines that evolve into narrative environments. Using elaborate costuming, a cast of humanoid creatures emerges to navigate desire, alienation, and shelter while traversing imagined and non-fictional landscapes. The sculptural objects borrow from recognizable forms and are primarily made with repurposed domestic materials, found objects, and clay.
Hill is an MFA candidate at the University of Pennsylvania and received a BFA from the Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design. He has exhibited in artist run spaces and institutions including State University of New York (Albany, NY), Little Berlin (Philadelphia, PA), Bunker Projects (Pittsburgh, PA) Skylab Gallery (Columbus, OH), and Haggerty Museum of Art (Milwaukee, WI). He has been awarded the Mary L. Nohl Fellowship for Individual artists and the University of Pennsylvania Vermont Studio Center Fellowship.