Much of Jill Randall’s work is ‘site-specific’, that is , made for a particular site and place, and taking its ideas and inspiration from an aspect of it which engages her creatively and conceptually. This involves a sensitivity and responsiveness to place, not only the geographical and physical site, but its history, ecology, social history, past use, mythology and stories.

Work evolves from personal research , often involving long-term Residencies, and often by the interaction and collusion of individuals associated with the site, with whom Randall likes to develop working relationships.

You can view 3 recent major site-specific commissions by clicking on “Hiddenplace”, “Leicester Botanic Garden”, “Grizedale Forest” and “Irwell Sculpture Trail”.