Julia Drouhin

Dr Julia Drouhin is a French Australian artist interested in the embodiment of invisible soundstreams that reveal friction in sociality and shift usual modes of transmission. Her work using field recordings, water based instruments, electromagnetic frequencies, dice, rope, textiles and edible objects has been presented in Europe, Hong Kong, Brazil, South Africa, Australia, terrestrial airwaves and online. In 2011, she finished her Ph.D in Paris 8, France about the art of walking and radio actions in public space before flying to lutruwita – Tasmania, where she currently works as an art tutor and curator for artists with disabilities at Mosaic. She is also part of the Instrument Builder Project (IBP5) engaging artists from Australia and the Asia-Pacific curated by Contemporary Art Tasmania, Volcanic Winds and Liquid Architecture

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