Gill Baldwin (b. 1992, Canada) is a
multi-disciplinary artist. Using analog and digital methods she explores the
biases and behaviours of contemporary digital technology. Her background as an interior
architect explores the incorporation of digital technologies within the built
environment and their affect on the neighbourhood, the self, and human agency.
In 2022 she was a recepient of the Mondriaan Fonds Starting Artist Grant and in 2023, the Canada Council Research and Creation funding. Currently she is researching digital techniques combined with traditional wood triptychs to represent Dutch artificial landscapes. Selected exhibitions include, Art Rotterdam, Van Gogh Museum and V2_Lab for Unstable Media. She regularly guest lectures at various academies in the Netherlands about surveillance and digital media, and works as a Digital Research Specialist at Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam.