15 Orient
Hardy Hill
Almost Blind Like a Camera

May 14 - June 14
Opening Reception; Friday, May 14, 4 - 9pm

15 Orient is delighted to announce the opening of "Almost Blind Like a Camera"; Hardy Hill's first show with the gallery and first solo exhibition in New York.

Selected Readings

Figura, Erich Auerbach
Wilhelm Van Gloeden, Roland Barthes
Structures of Unfeeling: “Mysterious Skin,” Lauren Berlant
Notes on CInematography, Robert Bresson
Conversations on the Natural Son, Denis Diderot
The Eclipse of Biblical Narrative, Hans W. Frei
Absorption and Theatricality: Painting and Beholder in the Age of Diderot, Michael Fried
Narrative Discourse: An Essay in Method, Gérard Genette
The Ascetic Imperative in Culture and Criticism, Geoffrey Galt Harpham
On the Marionette Theatre, Heinrich von Kleist
Living Currency, Pierre Klossowski
The inner self in the schizoid condition, R. D. Laing

Hardy Hill (b. 1993) is a printmaker living and working in New York. He is interested in how living forms are precipitated into tableaux. Recent solo exhibitions include; “The Easy Yoke” (2020) at Hannah Hoffman Gallery (LA) and “How would you describe his face? / I wouldn’t” (2020) at Neue Alte Brücke (Frankfurt).