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The Australian National University

Bettina Hill

2007
Workshop: Printmedia-and-Drawing

Bettina Hill sees the extraordinary in everyday experiences, everyday objects and everyday materials. Her visual arts practice locates and documents aesthetic qualities of utilitarian objects and natural phenomena in her printmaking, photographic and sculptural works.  There is potential for beauty and the fantastic in such ordinaria as a splash of water, a cardboard box, reflected light, growing grass, paper, drinking glasses and kitchen utensils. With delicate manipulation and experimentation of this ordinaria, Bettina Hill illustrates the relationship between simplicity and complexity, hand-made and machine-made, and domestic and scientific elements.


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