Fiona Hall, Breeding Ground, 2007, 11 painted beehives and planted garden bed, installation view at Trentham Cottage garden, Port Arthur. Courtesy the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney. Photograph: Fiona Hall

Painted beehives as part of an installation by Fiona Hall. A little too camo for my taste but I like them.

Fiona Hall, Endings are the New Beginnings 2014

The Venice Biennale Questionnaires 2015

Fiona Hall, Vaporised 2014, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015,  Image Credit: Christian Corte Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney. © The artist.

Fiona Hall, Vaporised installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale Image Credit: Christian Corte Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Gallery, Sydney. © The artist.

Fiona Hall, Kuka Iritija (Animals from Another Time) 2014, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015,  Image Credit: Christian Corte Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney. © The artist

Fiona Hall, Kuka Iritija (Animals from Another Time) installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale Image Credit: Christian Corte Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Gallery, Sydney. © The artist

Fiona Hall, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015, Image Credit: Christian Corte. Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney. © The artist.

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Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Gallery, Sydney. © The artist.

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.

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.

the Children’s Art Centre presents leading Australian artist Fiona Hall’s interactive art work ‘Fly Away Home’. Visitors are invited to enter the nest-inspired environment to create a new species of bird with paper banknotes and build a home in the form of a nest.

the Children’s Art Centre presents leading Australian artist Fiona Hall’s interactive art work ‘Fly Away Home’. Visitors are invited to enter the nest-inspired environment to create a new species of bird with paper banknotes and build a home in the form of a nest.

Australia Pavilion, Fiona Hall, 2015

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Fiona Hall: Wrong Way Time, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale (Christian Corte)

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