Sally Gilford is an artist, maker and creative practitioner, specialising in printed textiles and public engagement. She is interested in cross art form processes and collaborations in manufacture and artistic practice.
Sally explores the connections between art and science, creating distinctive and innovative responses to original images of scientific research; her work poses questions about our own mortality and this inherent phenomenon occurring within each of us.
Through her work as a creative practitioner, she facilitates the exploration of (multi) disciplinary art forms to encourage self-expression and creative experimentation. Working with collections and exhibitions of internationally recognised galleries and museums, her intuitive approach empowers and inspires.
She graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with a BA (Hons) Interactive Art in 2007 and has been based at Islington Mill Studios in Salford since 2009 where she also co-founded screen print specialists One69A.