Gil Mualem-Doron is an award-winning transdisciplinary artist, researcher, and curator based in Brighton, UK.
His work investigates issues such as identity & place, histories of displacement, embodied experiences of migration, the legacies of colonialism, social practices, and transcultural aesthetics. His PhD thesis "The Dead Zone & The Architecture of Transgression" incorporates these issues as well as investigates historical and contemporary urban planning concepts from postcolonial perspectives.
His work has been exhibited extensively in the UK and abroad, including Tate Modern, the Turner Contemporary, Liverpool Museum, People’s History Museum, Turner Contemporary, Haifa Museum of Art, Ha’aretz Museum. He had solo exhibitions at P21 Gallery, Rich Mix and the Arts Depot galleries in London, ONCA Gallery, Brighton, Umm El Fahem Palestinian Gallery and the Architect's House, Israel,
East66 – Centre for Urban Research (Amsterdam), Greatmore Studios [Cape Town], and Detroit – Centre for Urban Ecology.
Gil has won awards from bodies such as the Henry Ford Foundation, the Chevening Award for leadership, and the Art Council England and commissions from such as The Mayor of London, Counterpoints Arts, Ben & Jerry's, Sussex Wildlife Trust and The World Re-Imagined public spaces sculpture project.