Gill makes work that describes the interplay between abstraction and figuration, where the observable world meets the environment of the imagination. Her work is a process that encourages intuition, accident and play. She uses and reuses stencils, tearing, tracing, flipping and repeating shapes that possess an ambiguity or dual meaning. Her current work features recurring contemporary motifs that place her figures in the here and now, whilst hinting at inner bodily functions or states of mind. Animated limbs reverberate with neurotic energy. Faces flicker in a digital glitch. There is an x-ray quality that merges the body with the environment it is trying to escape or control.