Sally Kidall Terra Firma: there’s no place like home 2015, transparent fabric, birch sticks, furniture, soap castings, household items, seeds, site-specific environmental installation STEP IN STONE: Mendips Quarry Art Trail, Somerset, UK. H 2m x W 10m x L 12m. Photo: Sally KidallSally Kidall The Grass is Always Greener: lest we forget 2014. Plastic bags, sand, sea water, silver wire, match sticks, site-specific environmental installation TUFIA’RTES, AiNIN SYMPOSIUM, Grand Canaria, SPAIN. H 500mm x 3000mm x 3000mm. Photo: Sally KidallSally Kidall Terra Firma: there’s no place like home 2015, transparent fabric, birch sticks, furniture, soap castings, household items, seeds, site-specific environmental installation STEP IN STONE: Mendips Quarry Art Trail, Somerset, UK. H 2m x W 10m x L 12m. Photo: Sally Kidall

Murrays Cottage

Sally Kidall creates site-specific installations that explore her ongoing fascination with transition and ephemerality. Using Hill End’s uniquely historic past as a gold mining town that has experienced a hugely fluctuating population and cultural diversity, Kidall will continue her current research project: "There’s no place like home continues…" It is an ongoing investigation into notions of displacement narratives and nomadism that is driven by Kidall’s need to challenge the predictability of expectations & ‘cultural homogeneity.’

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IMAGES: (L to R)  Sally Kidall There’s No Place Like Home: is enough enough? 2015, site-specific installation at Katoomba Cultural Centre. H 2000 x W 1500 x L 2000. Photo: Sally Kidall. Sally Kidall The Grass is Always Greener: lest we forget 2014, site-specific environmental installation TUFIA’RTES, AiNIN SYMPOSIUM, Grand Canaria, SPAIN. H 500mm x 3000mm x 3000mm. Photo: Sally Kidall. Sally Kidall Terra Firma: there’s no place like home 2015, site-specific environmental installation STEP IN STONE: Mendips Quarry Art Trail, Somerset, UK. H 2m x W 10m x L 12m. Photo: Sally Kidall. MENU IMAGE: Sally Kidall The Grass is Always Greener 2012, site-specific installation at Wollongong City Gallery. 3000 x 3000 x 3000mm. Photo: Otto Schwerdtfeger.