Liam Gillick: The Wood Way

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Gillick is renowned for his brightly coloured Plexiglas and aluminium installations that mediate the visual languages of architecture, design and sculpture. The Wood Way is a sequence of propositions about the built world and the political ethics surrounding it. The structures refer to an evolving urban landscape, which is subject to negotiation, renovation and a continual state of change. The exhibition title is derived from the German word 'Holzweg' and refers to deliberately or mistakenly taking the wrong route and ending up in the woods. In the context of the exhibition this literally refers to the complex system of exposed wooden panels in which the work is situated and reflects the duality of Gillick's scepticism and excitement for the built environment and how we operate within it. [Born in 1964, Gillick studied at Goldsmith's College and progressed to exhibitions across Europe and the USA. As a writer and curator, Gillick has collaborated with artists, writers, architects and designers. Recent UK projects include a commission for Tate Britain and a solo exhibition at the Arnolfini in 2000. He currently lives in London and New York.]

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