Hillary Wiedemann is interested in the transience of perception and the shifts that occur between the passive and active states of experience, as well as the moments when you are looking and then see, and when you are hearing and then listen. Using controlled light, both natural and artificially produced, in combination with minimal materials, she expands the subtleties of these in-between states into larger scale installations. Wiedemann received her MFA in Sculpture from California College of the Arts and a BFA in Glass from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has exhibited her work in the San Francisco Bay Area; Los Angeles, CA; Kansas City, MO; and Brooklyn, NY. Additionally, she has helped to organize a variety of exhibitions, most recently serving as a Co-Director of the Royal NoneSuch Gallery in Oakland, CA. Learn more about Hillary Wiedemann’s HATCH exhibitions Islands of the Sun and Hiding in Plain Sight.