Silk chiffon, cotton scrim, fine merino fibres, lustrous hand dyed Wensleydale and enchanting Blue Face Leicester, and other fibres, contribute and collaborate their varied properties to create sumptuous surface design in wearable art or interior design wall art.
The surface design takes on an image of rich, social diversity. The process and metaphor for this diversity is demonstrated by the striated space of the (base) fabric, on to which is laid the smooth space of (fleece) fibres. Creating the fabric requires warmth, friction and binding relationships. Referred to by Deleuze and Guattari.
Commissioned pieces hang in Historic Bicton House.
Gill is available for commissions, lectures, exhibitions and demonstrations.