(b. 1964, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire) is a British artist living and working in New York and London.  Often associated with the Young British Artists movement and the theory of Relational Aesthetics. As artist, critic, curator, designer, and writer, his work includes: public projects, critical and theoretical writings, design objects and graphic materials, films, musical scores, and fine artworks.  Central to this multidimensional practice is the artist's ongoing research of past and present evaluations of the aesthetics of social systems with a focus on modes of production rather than consumption. Through his own writings and the use of specific materials in his artworks, Gillick examines how the built world carries traces of social, political and economic systems.


Scorpion, 2012

Polly Twill

59" Wide


Allocated Table, 2008

Side table

Powder coated aluminum

20" (L) x 20"(W) x 20"(H)

Edition of 9

Each is an unique color: Green, Red, Light Grey, Beige, Orange Brown, Pure White, Purple, Violet, Light Blue.