PETER HILL'S MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY IDEAS

Peter Hill

The Albury Wodonga Superfiction 1993

Collaboration Peter Hill and J.J. Voss (Photographer)

S U P E R F I C T I O N S


Aloha

Aloha , a fictional Australian group from Brisbane, Australia. They take art and tourism as their subject matter and also make wry comments on the sort of merchandise sold in museum shops around the world.

The Hermann Nitsch Shower Curtain.

Some of their work takes the form of what Marcel Duchamp called assisted readymades.

One of these, a child-size tartan ironing board which, in the one icon, was supposed to stand for the oppression of women, children, and Scotland as a nation, was smuggled in to the 1990 Sydney Biennale and photographed next to works by Richard Wentworth, Hermann Pitz, Rebecca Horn, and others. These were later exhibi ted in the 1990 exhibition New Complexities New Dance Steps as large C prints.



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