With artists freely working across various mediums, contemporary art increasingly blurs the distinctions between disciplines. This dynamic is fueled by the digital age, an era that continually redefines our understanding of space and structure.


Rooted in contemporary abstraction, Thomas Gillant’s works gravitate towards themes that address the perception of dimensionality within art: spatial illusions, layering and texture, digital tools, and virtual spaces. The body of work presented in “Dimension blur” approaches the subject of dimensionality from several angles, encompassing paintings, video, and three-dimensional works, through the artist’s idiosyncratic aesthetics.


Presenting a playground of spatial depiction, the works bridge digital, pictorial dimensionality and physical dimensions. It highlights the significant role of materiality in artistic mediums and the depth they can convey.