Jill Kiddon’s sculptures and immersive installations shift the space they
inhabit by proposing new relations of materiality.
By modulating synthetic materials and re-assembling fragments of
everyday objects into temporary units her works explore the mutual
influence of humans and the environment.
Kiddon‘s practise is specifically focused on the process of disintegration
and subsequent transfiguration of matter itself, within preexisting
As her pieces transition from one state to another its transformative quality
is implied, challenging traditional ways of understanding the material world
as a whole.
Within her arrangements the human presence remains abstract - appearing
only as a trace of itself in the midst of the continuity of things.