Through installation, hybrid object-paintings, video and tableaus, Janet Loren Hill magnifies her fantasies, experiences of censorship and feminist observations through historical objects meant to constrain, portraiture and the domestic sphere. Her work oscillates between the personal as political and the political as personal.
Hill received her BFA from University of Washington and her MFA from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. She has exhibited at numerous galleries nationally including Field Projects Gallery (NY, NY), Blindfold Gallery (Seattle, WA), Stone Gallery's 2017 exhibition of "Boston Young Contemporaries", UMAss Boston's University Hall Gallery's group show, HARD: Subversive Representation, Space One Two One’s solo show “Lurking Behind My Teeth” and many others. Elisabeth Sherman, Assistant Curator at Whitney Museum of Art, selected and highlighted Hill's work in New American Painting's 2017 MFA Annual edition. Hill has attended multiple residencies internationally including Vermont Studio Center, Wassaic Project and was recently an Artist-In-Residence at the Beijing Royal School in China.