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Lynne Tillman in conversation with Susan Hiller

On the occasion of her current New York exhibition, Rough Seas (until April 15), this discussion between Susan Hiller and her friend Lynne Tillman harks back to Hiller's last show at Lisson Gallery New York in 2017, entitled Paraconceptual. The talk took place on 29 April 2017 and Tillman has written on this body of work:

‘Susan Hiller, who died on January 28, 2019, focused her exceptional, beautiful mind and mind’s eye on the undocumentable, unknowable, unbelievable, incredible, unfamiliar — uncanny only begins to describe her unique body of great art. She doubted the ways in which people were trained to think and see, the categories by which people understood and interpreted their world. She let the implausible surface and believed in the truths of others’ visions.’  Lynne Tillman, Rough Seas, 2019

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