Current Projects



Following Jill’s Artists Residency at  Parys Mountain Copper Mine in Anglesey, she is developing a new project, “Another Eden”, working with the post-industrial sites of Cornish mining, and exploring this on a global scale with a research trip to sites of the Cornish mining diaspora in Australia and Mexico.

Click on ‘Santander Travel Award ‘, ‘Australia’, to follow Jill’s journal of this research trip in July 2017.

Jill Randall is continuing her ongoing series of sculpture, “Sheds of..” , with a new series of German sheds commissioned by Curator Barbel Mollmann for the international ‘Open Spaces’ Residency and exhibition, Kubaii, Bocholt, Germany in 2016.

Jill Randall is continuing her ongoing research project at Tate Britain, studying the archive of the APG (Artists Placement Group).

You can view images of  Jill’s Current Projects by clicking on “Cornish Mining” , “New Sculpture”, “Sheds”, “Tate and APG”, and “Parys Mountain Copper Mine”.