Traffic cone
we took you home
made you ours
stole you from the line
of consecutive sameness

We gave you life
as an individual
marvelled at your power
laughed at you
laughed with you

but you took advantage.
“don't park there”
“go this way”
“not here”
so we put you on our heads.

I think you quite liked that.

* song scheduled for worldwide release in 2016
Sally Noall graduated from from Falmouth College of Arts in 2006, with a first class BA Hons in Fine Art and won the college’s graduate Midas Award and the Denis Mitchell Sculpture award. Since obtaining her MA in Contemporary Visual Arts, Noall has exhibited and undertaken residencies both in the UK and Europe and currently works as a Program Manager for Young People, at Tate St Ives. In her artistic practice, Noall questions the duality of public and private experiences and where the two diverge or collide. By taking familiar, existing imagery and experiences, then altering and distorting them physically and visually, through various changes in scale, material, medium and context, Noall exposes and questions the value system of the “Original”. In 2016 she will undertake an Artist Residency with the national Circuit programme, as an artist working with organizational change. She lives and works in Vienna.

BridA/Tom Kerševan, Sendi Mango, Jurij Pavlica. The artistic collective was founded in 1996 at the Venice Academy of Fine Arts, where its members Jurij Pavlica, Sendi Mango and Tom Kerševan were studying. Their work is based on analyzing the processes and roles within contemporary art, the principle of artistic collaboration and group work, research and projects which include collaborations with other artists, experts and creative minds. They are very active in their town, with numerous connections to research institutes and universities, guest appearances abroad, their own artist in residence program etc.