Jordan Hill


Jordan Hill is an Indigenous new media artist from T’Sou-ke Nation whose work transcends disciplinary boundaries. Influenced by urban and natural landscapes, architecture, and his own Indigenous heritage, he often alludes to a growing problem within contemporary culture where the line between fact and fiction becomes blurred. How do we navigate a manipulated world where truth is incredibly difficult to locate? He works with video installations, 3D modelling, and photography to develop an illusionary style. By developing interactive and immersive works, he facilitates moments where one feels okay to slow down, to engage in contemplation and respite in a world that otherwise discourages it. Jordan’s work aims to intervene normalized social and spatial assumptions we make upon being introduced to spaces, and in what ways we allow the artificial to undermine our own intuition.

Last updated: June 11, 2024