Silent Marlene Hilton Moore

Year
1995
Medium
Bronze
Size
14 × 24 × 14 inches
35.56 × 60.96 × 35.56 cm

As part of her ‘Listen to Hear’ series, Canadian artist Marlene Hilton-Moore has sculpted Silent, the lower half of a woman’s face, chin and closed lips set at an angle on the ground. It appears as a green patinated bronze fragment reminiscent of classical sculpture, but it carries a contemporary theme. “Listen to Hear engages the idea of listening. Do we listen, do we hear? Ultimately, we hear sound, but listening constructs meaning. Silence too is a part of listening.” Marlene Hilton-Moore She was a teacher for 25 years and in 2010 she retired from her professorship at the School of Design and Visual Art, Georgian College in Ontario. Hilton-Moore has been a recipient of many prestigious public art commissions. She has received numerous awards and her work is held in many public and private collections.

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