Fiona Hall. After 200 years

Australia, 1989

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Episode number 2 of Series “Visual instincts : Australian contemporary photographers”.
Two 30 minute episodes: 1. “Fiona Hall” Interview with Adelaide photographic artist, Fiona Hall. She discusses the aims and symbolism of her photo-collages and wide format photography. 2. “After 200 Years” A program on the Bicentennial project, co-ordinated by Penny Taylor, to commission twenty Australian photographers to document the diversity of Australian Aboriginal and Islander lifestyles in the ‘80s.

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director

Kevin Ballantine

producer

Brian Beaton

production company

Izon Productions

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01:00:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1989

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Visual instincts : Australian contemporary photographers

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Visual instincts : Australian contemporary photographers

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