Luzene Hill is a multi-media artist, best known for conceptual installations addressing the issue of violence against women.  Her work reflects interdisciplinary scholarship in visual art, women's studies, Native American culture - topics that are integral to her background and personal journey.

     Through work informed by Pre-Contact culture Hill advocates for indigenous sovereignty - linguistic, cultural and personal sovereignty.  These concepts form the basis for her installations, performance, drawings and artist's books.

     An enrolled member of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Hill lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. Her awards include the 2016 Native Arts and Cultures Foundation Fellowship in Visual Arts, the 2015 Eiteljorg Museum Fellowship and 2015 First Peoples Fund Fellowship.  Hill's work is featured in Susan Powers' book, "Cherokee Art: Prehistory to Present" and in Josh McPhee's book, "Celebrate People's History!: The Poster Book of Resistance and Revolution".