David Hall writes in sentences and often works with materials already charged with significance. His work is concerned with investigating and interrogating standardized forms and formats by conflating aesthetic expressions of content with their conceptual underpinnings. These investigations also seek to challenge the delineation of research and studio practices through extensive examinations into the responsibility and boundaries of sites of cultural history, personal subjectivity, memory, and language. The particular tendencies of his practice and process often take shape in the form of presentational modes, performative lectures, and heavily mediated performances. He has exhibited and performed his work nationally and internationally and is an MFA Candidate in Writing at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.