Hallie Maxwell is an American interdisciplinary artist. In her practice, Maxwell creates processes of making that sit in between disciplines such as drawing, sculpture, performance, installation, and printmaking. Through experimentation, she combines materials to make systems that are then repeated. Maxwell is influenced by her Japanese American heritage and explores identity, materiality, and spirituality. She has given lectures at universities on Art in America’s Concentration Camps of WWII. Maxwell is currently an MFA candidate at Boise State University and was awarded the Graduate Dean’s Fellowship.