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Kidall travels internationally creating vast ephemeral interventions within challenging locations and buildings of interest, beyond the restraints of the gallery. She endeavours to inspire and challenge a wider audience, evoking thoughts/questions and stimulating discussion. With her background in sculpture and MA at Portsmouth Uni, UK, she has over 35 years of making her international environmental practise. She has exhibited through out the UK & Australia, India, Spain, Ukraine, South Korea, France, India, New Zealand, Netherlands, Andorra.
‘Through site-specific environmental installations 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 of transition, including notions of unpredictability, vulnerability and ephemerality. It is informed by issues relating to ecology, cultural displacement, consumption, materialism and changing climates.’