Fiona Davies is an Australian visual artist whose practice is a trans disciplinary and cross community collaborative investigation into the systems, materials and processes of medicalised death in ICU. She has just completed a practice led PhD at the University of Sydney and holds a B.App.Sc, (UNSW), a Bachelor of Visual Art (UWS) and a MFA from Monash University.
Significant exhibitions and events from 2019 have included Woven Architecture at the State Silk Museum in Tbilisi, Georgia, Resilience in the Time of Adversity curated by Vivienne Dadour at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre and her examination exhibition Cast a Cold Eye on Life, on Death: The Remake: Medicalised Death in ICU. In 2018 there were performances of Racing Patience ICU as part of Holding Space a Modern Art Projects Blue Mountains (MAPBM) 3×6 Kiosk exhibition, and at the Joan Performing Arts Centre in Dr Karl goes West. In 2017 highlights were completing the first Turbine Hall commission at Casula Powerhouse, Blood on Silk: Last Seen curated by Lizzy Marshall; Governance at Old Government House, Parramatta, participating in three Kiosk exhibitions for MAPBM and exhibiting in Blood Attract and Repel at the Science Gallery, Melbourne curated by Dr. Ryan Jefferies. .