Esther Hz is a self taught multidisciplinary artist in Denver, CO. She has become well known for installation and performance where she sets up interactive creative experiences for the viewer. She is a past resident artist at Redline and PlatteForum. Her work was featured by The Denver Art Museum at Untitled in 2019 and Arthyve's Archives as Muse program debut, she was also awarded a RedBull Microgrant in 2020. She has worked with teens at the MCA through the “Failure Lab” program, mentored girls at Resilience Rising and worked as Associate Director at PlatteForum where she managed an international artist residency, youth program and podcast. She offers creative programming to the residents of XDenver where she sustains her studio practice.

My practice is multidisciplinary and conceptually focused, encompassing video, animation, installation, sculpture and performance. Personal narrative and life experience is rooted within each project. The work pulls from routines and social norms, sometimes reinventing rituals and reworking narratives with humor and spectacle. Visually diverse and often experiential, most artworks peer into an imaginary multiverse of possibility through prompts, reframing and experimentation. Use of materials and processes varies and includes electronic components, foam sculpting, altering found objects, casting and molding.