Born in New Zealand and raised in the United States, video, performance, and installation artist, Hugh Pocock makes work seeking to integrate the dynamics of natural and cultural phenomena. The intersections of labor, industry and organic materials, such as water, air, salt, wood and earth, as well as the history and metaphor of the human relationship to these natural resources are key issues Pocock investigates. Over the past two decades, he has shown internationally exhibiting in many galleries and museums including Portikus Museum in Frankfurt, Germany, the Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio; the Santa Monica Museum of Art in Santa Monica, California; and the Baltimore Museum of Art in Baltimore, Maryland. Pocock’s work has also been built for “non-art sites” such as private homes, movie theatres and farms. Hugh Pocock’s work can be seen at his website: hughpocock.com.