Sally KidallArtist, Maker, Lecturer / academic, Teacher, Researcher
Through site-specific environmental installations and photography I seek to challenge the predictability of expectations & ‘cultural homogeneity’. My art practice is inspired by the complexities, equilibrium and fragility of the natural environment and by the ways in which our man-made systems work within, or in opposition to, these natural systems. The focus of my practice is the concept read full statement
|Activities||Higher education, Lecturing, Practice-based research, Residencies, Public art|
|Artforms / type of project||Environment, Installation, Intervention, Public Art, Sculpture|
|Tags||Land Art, Ephemeral, Environmental, Site Specific, Installation, Educator, Lecturer, Contemporary, Conceptual, memorial|
News & Events
Step In Stone,
Sally has been selected as one of the feature artists for this multi stranded art trail in 2015 around 4 quarries in the East Mendips, Somerset. Arts Council England funded. July-October 2015
Sculpture at Scenic World
15/04/2015 – 10/05/2015
Scenic World’s natural Jurassic rainforest, Katoomba, Blue Mountains, Australia
Sally will be showing a new site specific environmental installation in this wonderful ancient rainforest setting.
Sydney Water Environmental Art Subsidy Award 2013
Sally's new site specific work at Sculpture by the Sea_Bondi, 2013: "Nomadic City: lest we forget II " received the Sydney Water Environmental Art Subsidy Award of $5000.
Palmer Sculpture Biennial 2014
08/03/2014 – 23/03/2014
Property at Palmer, South Australia
Sally is taking her installation to South Australia for the sixth Palmer Sculpture Biennial, site specific show out in the wonderful arid landscape of the Palmer area 8 March to 23 March 2014
University of Western Sydney Sculpture Awards 2014
02/05/2014 – 01/06/2014
Lake, University of Western Sydney, Campbelltown campus
2 May - 1 June 2014 Sally sets up a new floating version of her installation: "Nomadic City: lest we forget II" in the lake in the beautiful setting of the University's Campbelltown campus.