Hilary Harp creates sculptures, installations and media projects that are playful and multi-faceted. Working in a wide range of materials from plastic and steel to honey and bread she uses a visceral materiality to reconsider icons of popular culture and high art. She has received numerous awards including a Pew Fellowship in the Arts, a Heinz Creative Heights grant and residencies at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown, MA, and the Djerassi Resident Artist Program. Her work has exhibited nationally and internationally at such venues as The Sculpture Center, White Columns and Esso Gallery in New York, Bucheon Gallery, San Francisco and the Pittsburgh Glass Center in Pittsburgh, PA. Born in Durham North Carolina and raised in Philadelphia, PA, she has lived and worked in New York, NY; Pittsburgh, PA and now Phoenix, AZ, where she is Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Arizona State University. Since 2003, she has worked collaboratively with Suzie Silver. Their collaborative projects can be viewed by clicking on â€œHarp + Silverâ€ above.