Fiona Hall, 'Cross Purpose', 2003. Photo lithograph on Aquarelle Arches paper, 61 x 46 cm, signed, dated, numbered edition of 60. The Australian bank note has a leaf from the Coolabah tree painted on it, the iconic tree made famous in 'Waltzing Matilda'. The English bank note has the leaf of an oak tree painted on it, a symbol of the empire's strength and stability. The notes have been crossed to represent Australia at the crossroad of becoming a republic.