Julia Vogl is American & British with an international practice. She makes social sculpture and installations that are engaging with site and colourfully form community.
Her Manifesto that motivates her work:
THE ART WORK MUST RESPOND TO SITE OR COMMUNITY
THE ART WORK MUST INVOLVE OR ENGAGE OTHERS
THE ART WORK MUST EMPLOY A STRATEGY OF DÉCOR
Her public commissions include work themed on Death (at Bristol Cemetery) Freedom and Immigration (Boston Common, USA) and recently Eczema (with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine). Her work primarily focused on lifestyle and what things do we, as humans, share and what makes us distinct have been commissioned by Tate, ITV, Facebook, Hull 2017 City of Culture, Artlink Hull, and most recently Wellcome Trust Neuroimaging Centre. All her works aim to represent the individual that participates as well as the collective and as beautiful installations that foster a greater conversation. More at www.juliavogl.com
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