Helen Fuller: domestic forensics

Helen Fuller's art is vivid and complex. Poet, novelist and broadcaster Cath Kenneally communes with Fuller about op shops and the many voices and hidden languages in her installations and paintings. Fuller spends time reflecting on the past, her travels and the present moment in pungent artwork wrapped in humour and whimsy as well as gut-punches. As Kenneally eloquently puts it: presented to the world is neatness, order, sacrifice, hidden is the straining, the bulging out of categories.

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