Elliot Dodd (B. 1978 Jersey, Channel Islands) lives and works in London. Dodd studied at the Royal Academy Schools, London 2013–16. Previously he completed his BA at The Slade School of Fine Art, UCL London 1998-2002.

His practice makes use of numerous different artistic mediums and approaches in response to the complexity and absurdity of consumerism, and to question situations of masculine control and domination within society, particularly a male-orientated quest for expression of supreme confidence. With reference points in politics, design, economics and technology, the work takes the form of caricature, allowing ideas and objects to be humiliated, deformed or celebrated.

Recent exhibitions include: “Panax-Grab”, MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai, 2018; “Flickering Boundaries”, MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai, 2018; “Temporary Realities”, Karen Huber Gallery, Mexico City, 2018; “Steps to Aeration”, Tanya Leighton, Berlin, 2017; “The Manbody”, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2017; “Virtually Real”, collaboration with HTC, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2017; “SUNDAY Art Fair solo presentation”, London, 2016; “Event Horizon”, Gabriel Rolt Gallery, Amsterdam, 2014; “Switch”, Baltic, Gateshead, 2012.