Gill's work explores the relationship between shape & colour, generating new tensions drawn from both traditional and modern narratives.
b. London, UK
Dylan Gill is a contemporary artist (since 1999) who studied Fine Art at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Facinated by human features from an early age, his practice utilises the styles of cubsim and abstraction to render movement still, leaving the viewer with a new impression of shape & form as if reflected by the mind. His work explores the relationship between shape & colour from this unique perception , generating new tensions drawn from both traditional and modern narratives.
Dylan's studio is in Hertfordshire, where he spends most of his time. His work has been exhibited across Europe including London & Paris.