artist / participant
Renowned Australian artist Fiona Hall explores the intersection of nature and culture, transforming ordinary objects such as sardine tins, videotapes and paper money into complex and evocative works of art.
This spectacular survey includes works from the 1970s through to new works created especially for the exhibition.
Born in Sydney (1953) and based in Adelaide, Hall began her career in photography but has extended into diverse media including sculpture, installation and garden design. Her work is characterised by its use of ordinary objects and materials which are transformed into complex and allusive objects.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a new publication, co-published by City Gallery Wellington and the Museum of Contemporary Art with essays by Vivienne Webb, MCA and Greg O'Brien, City Gallery Wellington (CGW) as well as an interview with the artist.
Exhibition organised and toured by the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and City Gallery Wellington, New Zealand.
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Fiona Hall: Force Field