Perceptions Outside the Gallery

Nate Hill is an artist who uses public space, online and offline, to create services that work both for and against people. His work is antagonistic, confrontational, disruptive, and sometimes just gross. His presence, most often in some form of disguise, is that of provocateur. Check out Nate’s profile.

  • Does the environment of a gallery limit the possibilities of an artwork?  
  • What is the value of ‘success’ and how is it defined?  
  • How do perceptions of ‘success’ in public art differ from ‘successful’ art in a gallery?  

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