‘Visualines’, 2019
Acetate, vinyl, cellophane, sticky dots.
created by women from the eighth Loudspeaker project at Nottingham Contemporary, inspired by the films of Lis Rhodes.

A large part of Gillian’s practice is in a learning and engagement context working with both adults and children in arts projects and programmes in partnership with galleries, public and community organisations. Much of her work has been with been with groups of some of the most socially disadvantaged and excluded people in our society

She has been working with art institutions since 2004, including Tate Liverpool, Ikon Birmingham, Nottingham Contemporary, The Hepworth Wakefield and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. She develops and facilitates workshops, resources and long term projects that engage people with modern and contemporary art, encouraging discussion and creative responses in a variety of media.