Gidon Bing is an Auckland-based sculptor working with traditional processes and materials to produce modern works of art. His practice often features deceptively simple, reductionist forms, free of superfluous ornamentation. The resulting work expresses the power and presence of reductive forms and the universality and perfection of simple, balanced, asymmetric geometry.
Gidon’s print compositions & processes are influenced by both the material and form of his sculptural & ceramic practice. Wood grains, copper & bronze foil, intricate carved line work, white on white deboss/emboss impressions, either individually or in various combinations make a rich palate of textures and treatments.
Gidon Bings work is sold and collected worldwide and has featured in Selfridges of London and Milan's Salone del Mobile, among others.