Gill Baldwin (b. 1992, Canada) is a multi-disciplinary artist. Working mainly in kinetic sculpture and painting she explores the biases and behaviours of contemporary technologies within the built environment and their affect on the neighbourhood, the self, and human agency. 

Baldwin was educated as a designer and interior architect. From there she developed as an artist who, in her work, also researches how digital technologies can affect our experience of the surroundings. In some of her earlier kinetic sculptures she mimicked nature, for instance with a constantly ‘streaming’ waterfall based on stock photographs, or reedbeds mechanically waving up and down. Baldwin’s works allude to future scenarios, but more importantly invite the viewer to contemplate our current day. - Text by Esther Darley 

In 2022 she was a recipient of the Mondriaan Fonds Starting Artist Grant and in 2023, the Canada Council Research and Creation funding. Selected exhibitions include, Art Rotterdam, Van Gogh Museum and V2_Lab for Unstable Media.