Fiona Hall Medicine Bundles for the non-born child, 1993; aluminium, rubber teats; child's jacket (28 x 44 x 10 cm), child's booties each (8.5 x 9 x 5.2 cm), child's bonnet (13 x 13 x 7 cm), child's teething ring (31 x 9 cm) diameter
Braving Sydney's torrential rain yesterday to visit the MCA's renovated wing - Adelaide based artist Fiona Hall was the standout. Hall is known for her sculptures carved from soap and waste products such as VHS tapes, plastics and sardine tins. Added bonus - she looks like a tougher version of Jane Birkin.
Leaf littering with Fiona Hall
I'm a little bit in love with Fiona Hall's beuatiful 2002 Leaf Litter exhibition, and I'm fabulously excited b ecause there's an exhibition of her work on now at the MCA. “Money doesn’t grow on trees–or does it? Plants have...
Art crush - Fiona Hall
I first saw the work of Australian artist Fiona Hall at the NGV's Contemporary Commonwealth exhibition in 2006. Leaf Litter, from 2000 was exhibited alongside Tender, from 2003-05. Both pieces deal with the conflicted role that money plays in contemporary, multicultural society, and contrast the socialised concept of money, with natural, organic items - respectively leaves and bird nests. Fiona Hall, Tender, 2003-2005 images from Roslyn Oxley9 Fiona Hall, Leaf Litter, 2002 images from Roslyn…
Fiona Hall: Fiona Hall, 2005
Fiona Hall’s exhibition at Roslyn Oxley9 will feature three major new installations, Tender, Scar Tissue and Understorey, recently exhibited in the major retrospective of Hall’s work (curated by Julie Ewington) at Queensland Art Gallery and the Art Gallery of South Australia.