Site Lines - Fiona Hall lecture

One of Australia’s most prominent artists, Fiona Hall is renowned for works that explore political, social and environmental issues. Her practice crosses a broad range of mediums, including photography, painting, sculpture, moving image and installation.

Hall’s latest work, who goes here?, focuses on the stories of 300 individuals from the tens of thousands of convicts, immigrants, asylum inmates and officials who passed through the Hyde Park Barracks between 1819 and 1887 and looks at how place shapes our sense of belonging and identity.

Join Hall as she delves into her fascinating artistic practice, examining how she has responded to site and history across her career.

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Free event

Bookings essential

When & Where

Sunday 2 May 2021 2PM–3PM

The Mint

10 Macquarie Street, Sydney, NSW, 2000
+612 8239 2288

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