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Angelica Harris-Faull is a researcher and printmaker from Adelaide. She is a current PhD candidate at the University of South Australia and holds a First-Class Honours from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. Harris-Faull has undertaken research residencies in La Specola, Italy and the Gordon Museum of Pathology, London. In 2018, Harris-Faull presented at the international printmaking conference, IMPACT 10 and received the Dr Michael Noble Prize for Outstanding Contribution to the Conference for her paper presented at the 2018 South Australian Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Gender, Sex, and Sexualities Conference. Her research investigates an intersection of feminist theory and printmaking, while specifically considering understandings of contemporary and seventeenth century female reproductive bodies. She has exhibited artwork in Australia and the Philippines.
University of South Australia