Moray Hillary works from the crux of a generation dissolution with
war and perturbed with the arbitrary value placed on human life; a
generation who desires to inspire the languid motions of indifference.
Through his paintings and instillations Hillary
depicts both personal hardship and this sense of dissatisfaction and
frustration felt by his generation. Hillary uses iconic, tattoo like
images to depict a thought or comment, often repeating the image until
the duplication becomes part of the message, pulling the focus away from
the particular icon or image and expanding it to depict something
greater than itself.
"I have been mining a particular seam in painting
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