Fiona Hillary is a Melbourne based artist working in the public realm. Her passion lies in site-specific practices and the human/non-human relationships that reveal themselves across time. Exploring scale through publicly shared moments of awe and wonder; working with site, neon, sound, human and non-human companion species, her work focuses on temporary, fleeting encounters in and of the everyday.
Fiona has made and curated permanent, temporary, collaborative, performative works for a range of commissioning organizations. Fiona is the Program Manager of the Master of Arts – Art in Public Space at RMIT University and a research lead in the School of Art research group Contemporary Art and Social Transformation.