Artists

  • £1 000 000| 1 000 options, 2011

    Julia Vogl, £1 000 000| 1 000 options, 2011, Steal roller banners, pvc, rope, UCL portico and 1000 opinions, 30M x 9M

  • HOME, 2012

    Julia Vogl, HOME, 2012, Wood, vinyl stickers, mp3 players, headphones and 2,000+ community members views on home in Peckham, 3Mx3Mx3M

  • Imagine Art Here: Tysons Tiles, 2015

    Julia Vogl, Imagine Art Here: Tysons Tiles, 2015, Aluminium digitally printed vinyl, Greensboro Green and 1000 community members views on art, Tysons VA, and humour, 6,000 square feet

  • Singing on Paddington Street, 2016

    Julia Vogl, Singing on Paddington Street, 2016, Vanceva coloured glass, stainless steel, and sunlight, 17M x 6M x 50cm

Julia Vogl MRBS

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  • Website: http://www.JULIAVOGL.com

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

American and British, Vogl works internationally. Her social sculpture incorporate public engagement, architectural interventions and colour. She is resolved to create experiences and memories for the viewer, prompting discourse, while creating aesthetically rich works. She is guided by the manifesto above.

She is ambitious, with a record of scaling buildings like the UCL portico, The Chiltern Apartments, London and the 140M fence in Bow London. Driven to create community with her work, she has worked with thousands of individuals to create social experiences and powerful collective sculpture.
Vogl defines many of her works as Social Sculpture, which is a contemporary take on the definition that Joseph Beuys coined 50 years ago. Vogl’s approach invites the public to take action, not necessarily a creative one, and the individual actions gradually build a collective work or data set that contributes to a visual product and catalyst for socialising.

  • Categories: Architectural/Monumental/Relief, Installation/Land/Site-specific, Conceptual
  • Materials: Mixed media, Other
  • Location: London