Gordon Harrison Hull
was born September 5, 1977 in New York as the result of a pregnancy brought about by a fertility dress made specifically for his mother by an Ashanti witchdoctor in Kumasi, Ghana.
He was raised on an apple farm in Warwick, New York and currently lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife Gillian and son Guy.
His work- inspired by the rituals, mysticism and craft of Africa- is based on a concept of aesthetic he calls "lo-fi magic" and explores instances of natural magic, exercises of the supernatural, symbolism and ceremony. The role of the artist as the Trickster figure in contemporary culture.
New York University: The Gallatin School.
2001- MA in Progress: An Anthropological Study in the Evolution of a Contemporary Bricoleur.
New York University: The Gallatin School
1995-2000: BA in Post Modern Milleniumist Theories of Creativity
"Department of the Interior"
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Red Bird Gallery
"Narratives from the Collection"
Partners and Spade
New York, NY
"Source Materials" (with Timothy Hull)
"A Pair of Jacks" (as Surface to Air)
Five Green Gallery
"Counting Ashes" (as Surface to Air)
"Dont Die Wondering" (as Surface to Air)
"Soft Targets" (as Surface to Air)
"One Hundred Bullets"