Gillian Wylde makes performative work for video and installation. Central to her work is a critical engagement with technologies, language and the mediated. Processes of appropriation, petty arrangement and post-production are constants through most of the work like maybe a savage smell or hairy logic.
Work has been shown nationally and internationally including; Transmodern Live Art Action Festival, Baltimore; Videotage, Hong Kong; Alytus Biennial, Lithuania; Tao Scene, Norway, Experiments in Cinema, Albuquerque and CCA Gallery, Glasgow. Recent work includes: 'Enflamma Diagra' a collaboration with Neil Chapman ICA, London, 'Snakes&Funerals' a collaboration with James S Williams and Emily Jeremiah for 'Queer The Space' CCC, London and 'Inna-deno pudenda membra' an essay published in 'The Interior' by Eros Press.