In drawings, sculptures, videos and computer animations, Elliot Dodd responds to the absurd and awkward nature of consumer products and contemporary masculinity. His work uses diverse points of reference, both contemporary and historical, to reflect on human desire as it is shaped through channels of technology.
Elliot Dodd (B. 1978 Jersey, Channel Islands) lives and works in London. He 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. Recent exhibitions include: "Flickering Boundaries", MadeIn Gallery, Shanghai, 2018; “The Manbody”, Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2017; “Virtually Real”, collaboration with HTC, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2017; “Semi Self Reflections”, Rockelmann &, Berlin, 2017; “SUNDAY Art Fair solo presentation”, London, 2016; “Event Horizon”, Gabriel Rolt Gallery, Amsterdam, 2014; Switch, Baltic, Gateshead, 2012.