NAS Alumna and Fellow Fiona Hall's remarkable Wrong Way Time exhibition from the 2015 Venice Biennale was met with critical acclaim and has been brought back to Australian shores at the National Gallery of Australia for local audiences to enjoy.
Wrong Way Time explores three main concerns: global politics, world finances and the environment in a remarkable, dramatic installation. The exhibition also includes an adjoining display of well known works from the NGA’s collection. Simon Mordant, Venice Biennale Commissioner commented "Fiona’s talking about the state of the world today, and she has a dark story about the state of the world politically, environmentally and financially. And that’s a very relevant story and so important that Australian’s can see it."
The exhibition continues until 10 July and is a must see.
Fiona Hall: Wrong Way Time, installation view, Australian Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2015.
Image credit: Christian Corte