About

I use painting to ‘re-align’ the spaces we live and work in, investigating the extent to which we co-operate with architecture and its furnishings, allowing them to control our behaviour and inform our sense of self.
An extreme example of monitoring and control through architecture is Jeremy Bentham’s 18th Century design for a Panopticon. A 21st Century equivalent might be the CCTV now everywhere in our lives.

Prices

Many of the Paintings are for sale. Please contact me for prices mat@mathewgibson.org

Biography

Mathew Gibson was born in Acton, London.  2006-2007 he was Professor of Foundation studies at SCAD, Savannah, U.S.A. Currently he is Project Manager at Griffin Gallery. www.griffingallery.co.uk.

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