juliemrozman - researcher on embodiment and lived experience

My research and creative practice have their foundations in observation. I work with instruction, installation, site-specificity, photography, video, performance, architecture, object. My work is characterized by subtlety, a contemplative pace, lightness, playfulness, a minimalism of means. I concern myself with perception, space, place, and time, and try not to take it all too seriously.

The interest is in slowing down, and in inviting a viewer to do the same. My mind is intensely inquisitive and sometimes frenetically-active. Give me a drag chute, a timescale much larger than the momentary, a breath of embodied experience, a respite within a culture of instant gratification, hurry, impatience, and demanded productivity.

I am also an architect and designer, and welcome opportunities to bring the same pacing and conceptual/philosophical approach to more permanent constructions, less temporarily inhabited. Click here to learn more about my professional experience and qualifications.

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from An Inadequate Demonstration of Brownian Motion

I play, find, collect, ruminate, and curate. Sometimes I think my goal is to make something that is nothing.