Using a newly developed gaze-driven methodology for discomfort glare assessments, we studied gaze behaviour in different glare conditions. The study was done in a series of experiments where gaze behaviour of the participants were recorded using eye-tracking techniques and the daylight dynamics were measured using high dynamic range (HDR) imaging techniques. In these experiments 5 daylit and one artificial lighting condition were considered to further our understanding of gaze behaviour in relation to light. Here we present the findings on how gaze behaves in different lighting conditions in relation to glare and task.