Lisa Hilli is a contemporary artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Born in1979 Rabaul, Papua New Guinea, Lisa’s artistic practice explores ideas surrounding identity, colonial and cultural histories and materiality. Lisa utilises the mediums of photography, video and Bilas; a Melanesian Pidgin English word for adornment and objects related to the body.  Lisa’s work has been exhibited at the Queensland Art Gallery and internationally at Framer Framed Tolhuistuin Amsterdam, Indonesian Contemporary Art Network Yogyakarta and Bozar Centre for Fine Arts Brussels. Lisa has recently completed a Masters of Fine Art Research degree at RMIT University, is a current Museum Victoria 1854 Scholar.

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