Julia Galliez works with "painted sculptures" that float in between toys, machines, and sculpture. They can be turned with a mechanism so that the viewer participates by giving them form and rhythm, giving them control over the composition.
Through the use of light and shadow, forms are bound to appear. semBra is an exhibition which seeks the spaces “in between,” spaces that give life to forms, leaving the viewer free to interact with the delicacy of light and the strength of a form
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Julia Galliez (1982) uses art as a vital way to communicate and interact with the world. In 2002, she studied at Parsons Paris. She then moved to Italy to study Art History at SACI (2003-2004) in Florence. Julia then moved to London, and in 2010 she finished her Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts at Central Saint Martins College of Art. In 2012, she participated in the ALAS Residency/Exhibition in London. She currently lives and works in Tuscany, Italy.