Over the past ten years, Julia’s research has investigated archival traces within the context of collective memory and migration narratives. One of her key research questions probes how neglected archival sources can reveal forgotten histories of great significance to our understanding of the present. Applying a creative and interpretive photographic approach, using photographs as tools to think about historical and cultural experience, multiple articulations of memory and meaning are expressed.
The ‘Traces’ series consists of forty images in three parts Read more →
Now is life very solid, or very shifting? is a series of nine black and white photographs Read more →
Always the Same Image is a series of nine projected and re-photographed images. Read more →
Looking Back is a sequence of black and white images based on a poem. Read more →
Leaving Atlantis is an 8 minute video installation Read more →
Two Sisters is in three parts, with multiple visual narratives. Read more →
Heinrich Barth is presented in the form of an interactive web archive. Read more →