Fiona Hall."Plumeria acutisolis, frangipani, araliya, malliya poo" (1999) Aluminium & steel (Part of the famous 'Paradisus Terrestris" series made from sardine tins)

Fiona is an Australian artistic photographer and sculptor. Hall is representing Australia in the International Art Exhibition at the Venice Biennale in

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Fiona Hall - Medicine Bundles for the non-born child Shredded, then knitted coke cans

Fiona Hall http://www.acmi.net.au/2006/images/artists/ngv/01.hall_boat_comes.jpg

FIONA HALL from When my boat comes in (detail) gouache on banknotes installation view Collection of the artist

Fiona Hall "Breathing in the Afterlife" (2009/2011) tin, video 21 × 21cm Edition of 5

Fiona Hall "Breathing in the Afterlife" tin, video 21 × Edition of 5 Awesome.

Paradisus Terrestris, 1990 by Fiona Hall. Hall is arguably best known for her erotic sardine can series, Paradisus Terrestris . First appearing in 1990, this three-part series depicts the intersection of plant and human culture. Within each half-opened can sits a naked human body part, while plant life sprouts above. Beneath these top two layers, Hall adds language. The three systems make us consider what we share with plants.

Paradisus Terrestris, 1990 by Fiona Hall. Hall is arguably best known for her…

Fiona Hall - Leaf Litter. One of my favorite artists.

Fiona Hall Leaf Litter, 2000 - 2002 gouache on banknotes dimensions variable (Detail)

Fiona Hall | 'Paradisus Terrestris - Nelumbo Nucifera/Lotus' (1998). Tin, aluminium.

This: Paradisus Terrestris - Nelumbo Nucifera/Lotus' Tin, aluminium.


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