Gillian Brett (b. 1990, Paris) lives and works in Marseille. The practice of Gillian Brett is dedicated to analyzing the delicate and complex relationship between the human being and technology, reflecting specifically on the ways and the processes by which it inevitably shapes and influences the surrounding world. She graduated with a Master of Fine Arts at Villa Arson in Nice (France) and has a Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art from Goldsmiths College, University of London (UK). Solo exhibitions include: ART-O-RAMA, booth C+N Canepaneri, Friche de la Belle de Mai, Marseille ; Due per due, C+N Canepaneri, cur. Chiara Nuzzi, Milan, 2019; Showroom, Art-o-rama, cur. Stefano Collicelli Cagol, J1, Marseille, 2018; Quousque Tandem ? Exp. des lauréats du Prix Dauphine, Galerie du CROUS, Paris, 2016. Group exhibitions include: Par Hasard, Friche de la Belle de Mai, Marseille; La Relève, Galerie des Grands Bains douches et Galerie HO, Marseille, 2019; Trà e stelle, Les Charpentiers de la Corse, Piedigriggio, 2018; Sense & Sensibilia, cur. Luigi Fassi & Chiara Nuzzi, Galeria Doris Ghetta, Ortisei, 2018; Machine in the middle, Windows 93, Romainville, 2018; Programme Inventeurs d’Aventures, curated by Gaël Charbau, PACA, 2017; Vienna Art Week – Open studio, Das Weisse Haus, Vienna, 2017; I Would Have Done Everything For You / Gimme more!, curated by Cedric Fauq, London, 2016; Prix Dauphine pour l’art contemporain, Université Paris-Dauphine, Paris, 2016.