Julia Vogl is American and British with an international practice. She makes social sculptures and installations that engage with sites and colourfully form communities. Her work primarily focuses on what things do we, as humans, share and what makes us distinct. She has been commissioned by JArts, the Tate, ITV, Facebook, Hull 2017 City of Culture, and recently, the Reher Center for Immigrant Culture and History. Winner of the Aesthetica Art prize in 2011, Julia has given a Ted X talk and had her work recognized by American for the Arts Public Art in Review for 2012, 2016, and 2019. All her works aim to represent the individual that participates as well as the collective, as beautiful installations that foster a greater conversation.
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“I have a manifesto that really is my motivation for most of my diverse works: the artwork must respond to site or community; the artwork must involve or engage others; the artwork must employ a strategy of decor. My works are about reflecting individual and collective voices and making something beautiful and accessible.”