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Susan Hiller

Cited as one of the most influential female artists of the past century, American Susan Hiller (b. 1940) was the subject of a recent retrospective at Tate Britain (February 1–May 15), highlighting her selective and powerful use of colour during her career to date. Choosing to work with a limited palette and often re-colouring photography and film, Hiller uses hue to alter perception and heighten the impact of her work. Stylus explores the London-based fine artist’s evolving relationship with colour.

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