Wood, Fibre Glass, Resin
Julia’s work often investigates people’s notion of self, fantasy and reality. She likes to observe people’s relationships with their settings, places and things, whilst they move between different levels of truth, and imagination, challenging ideas on perception and pretence. As a child or adult we often create situations or say things that allow us to enter new forms of space and reality. Julia playfully enlarges the small into sculpture, disrupting our conventional sense of proportion and scale, which can often create a complex mixture of joy and fear.