Hilary Pecis’ collaged landscapes are reconfigurations of images gleaned online from targeted image searches and either printed digitally as photos or worked as traditional paper collage. With an interest in the interchangeability of images, she draws attention to our conditioned response to the overwhelming supply of information. The collages are sharp meditations on the modern cultural phenomenon of image sharing, examining contemporary issues of dishonesty, self-regulation, ownership, and viral dissemination. Pecis portrays the relationship between word phrases and images in her latest works exhibited at Guerrero Gallery and Halsey McKay. Her work has been exhibited across the United States and Europe, at Roberts and Tilton, Los Angeles; Mixed Greens, New York; Halsey McKay, East Hampton; Samson Projects, Boston; Guerrero Gallery and Catherine Clark, San Francisco; and Galleria Glance, Turin, Italy. She received both her BFA and MFA at California College of the Arts, and currently lives and works in San Francisco.