Joseph Bradley Hill



Joseph Bradley Hill (b.1996) is the founder and host of Late Works. Much of his practice surrounds the themes of interpretation, permutation, participation, improvisation and communication: how people experience the same thing completely differently, and the infinite (or finite) ways of doing “the same thing”. Other elements that feed into his work include the (im)possibilities of a universal language (including the history of our alphabet and writing), unlimited semiosis and the act of collecting.

Participant in:

ONE, TWO, Paperweight I, 3, LOOP, at first sight, Paperweight II, By Ear, SLIP, of Noise, Preparations, 4

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Last updated:

September 15, 2021