Liam Gillick talked to curator Jeremy Millar about the ideas and interests underpinning his work.

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This is part a series of artists talks marking the 2002 Turner Prize. 2002 Turner Prize nominee, Liam Gillick has exhibited internationally since the 1990s and has worked as a designer, critic, author and curator. His sculptures use industrial materials and bold colour, reminiscent of the Minimalist movement. He also uses text and installations to show how social, historical and economic realities are shaped and manipulated. His most recent work, including the commission for Tate Britain, Annlee You Proposes, deals with the merging of artistic collaboration, functionality and audience interaction. Gillick talked to curator Jeremy Millar about the ideas and interests underpinning his work. Supported by Ricki and Robert Conway.