1985 · United Kingdom
Jack Killick's sculptures are often made up of large-scale forms and objects that are arranged in complex installations where mass and volume are determined by the space within which they find themselves.
Taking inspiration from his surroundings Killick creates imposing installations that can be at once intimidating and mischievous. He builds anti-monumental sculptures from inexpensive, household materials such as cardboard, fabric, plywood, polystyrene, scrim and plaster, leaving the seams of their construction visible, revealing the methods of their making.
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