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Post-Death Bear Nate Hill is looking for a new artistic identity. He’s been walking the length of Manhattan in an all-white ensemble – an insulated, blank “cocoon” from which to emerge anew. As Mr. Dropout, he takes his Detachment Walks to Harlem and Washington Heights – “areas that do not normally see performance art of […]

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When not being Death Bear and making home visits to purge your life of all remnants of your last failed relationship, Nate Hill tries to do arty projects without jeopardizing a relationship of his own. Hill’s new series ‘Fake Fake Fantasies’ (a collaboration with photographer Teresa Nasty) puts him into the same room with semi-nude […]

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Nate Hill, the magically strange NYC-based artist who has developed more alter egos than a schizophrenic may be getting a reality show centered around his bad memory-extracting mascot: Death Bear. He says a bunch of producers from LA have been hounding him and is actively seeking advice on how best to proceed with a Hollywood […]

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Late last year, Nate Hill spawned his latest interactive performance artist character known as Death Bear, a grizzly mascot who can be summoned to people’s apartments to remove what Will Sherman described as “mementos of tragedy and heartbreak.” But what happens when that person is a crazy ass ex-girlfriend with her band of twisted, burlesque […]

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