Fiona Macdonald is an artist and theorist based in Melbourne, Australia. Her practice embraces a range of mediated processes, installations, and publications, and maintains an allegiance to the possibilities of a critical conceptual practice through collaborative acts of discourse. Her PhD thesis, in the critical theory of the remake in contemporary practice, is an investigation of contemporary relations to Conceptual Art, through the grammatologies of translation and dissemination. She is a member of the Redrawing Collective who investigate the remediation of existing practices and the productive capacities of dysfunctional collaboration. She is coordinator of the Graduate Theory program in the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Monash University, and also teaches in the Fine Arts Honours studio program.