Fiona Hall - Wrong Way Time
Fiona Hall: Wrong Way Time showcases the extraordinary creations of Australian artist Fiona Hall. From figures woven from military camouflage, painted clocks, botanical illustrations on banknotes and sardine-tin sculptures to nests of shredded money, strange driftwood and more, Hall's seemingly random conjunction of things in wunderkammer-like installation appeals to our human impulse to make connections.
Inspired by the complexity and cruelty of global politics, world finances and the environment, the works in Wrong Way Time highlight Hall's extraordinary talent for transforming of materials, images and objects.28cm x 22.5cm
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