Julie Vulcan is a Sydney based interdisciplinary artist. Her practice spans performance installation, durational and site specific work.
Her processes are designed to question, shift and re-position our place in the world with a particular interest in unravelling notions of time and duration while prodding the station of memory and the media that supports it. Some of her self reflexive works question the veracity of the remaining artefacts of her own performance.
Julie instigates audiences to be active and present. Much of her work is situated in the very personal, soliciting contributions and responses from the public. She creates an environment where the micro is a reflection of the macro, a place where insecurities are equally matched by wondrous moments. Julie’s highly stylised and visual aesthetic proposes that life in the everyday can be extraordinary and random collisions can be revolutionary.
Julie’s work appears in theatres, galleries, windows, at events, in clubs, online and sometimes unexpected places.