Jyll Bradley's installations, drawings, and light box works express a deeply personal engagement with identity and place. Light is an important protagonist in her practice, and she talks of using it to "bring things into the present". Bradley's work increasingly engages with architecture, site and community.
Recent solo exhibitions include 'Dutch/Light (For Agneta Block)', Turner Contemporary, Margate; 'Green/Shade', commission for Riverside Housing, Hull; and 'Brigitte', Strangelove Festival, Strange Cargo, Cheriton, Folkestone. She is exhibiting at the New Art Centre as part of the 'Neo Geometry' display in the Artists House, 8 July - 17 September 2017.
Bradley studied at Goldsmith's College (1985-88) and the Slade School of Art (1991-93). She has works in public collections including The Government Art Collection, London; The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool; The National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australia; and Canberra Museum and Art Gallery, Canberra, Australia.