Creative Capital produced a video about Christensen and her project Burnouts.
“Burnouts,” Christensen’s article about the phenomenon of retired constellation, appears in issue #53 of Cabinet Magazine. The article includes an essay by Christensen about these retired star groups, and five animation stills from the videos in her installation, also called Burnouts.
Kris Paulsen, of the Center for Ongoing Research and Projects, interviews Julia Christensen about her project Burnouts for Bomb Magazine. Click here to read.
Creative Capital produced a podcast of artists Cory Arcangel and Julia Christensen in conversation about current and recent projects. The podcast and a partial transcript are available on the Creative Capital Blog.
Eyebeam, the leading non-profit art and technology center based in New York City, is pleased to present work by seven artists, in collaboration with Moving Image art fair, New York, to be held March 7-9, 2014 at Eyebeam. The exhibition will include a new Augmented Reality performance “The Alices” by Claudia Hart, Honorary Fellow at Eyebeam,…
The Center for Ongoing Research & Projects is pleased to present Julia Christensen’s Burnouts, an installation of custom built video projectors made from discarded technology. This exhibition is part of her larger ongoing investigation, Project Project, in which she seeks to challenge economies of e-waste and media art by repurposing trashed technology that she scavenges from around…
Oberlin College produced this video about Julia Christensen for the college website. In it, she describes how her art practice relates to her life as an educator, and vice versa.
Julia Christensen presenting her Creative Capital-supported work, Project Project, at the Creative Capital Artists’ Retreat in the summer of 2013. For more information about the project, check out the PROJECT PROJECT page, and the Creative Capital post about the project. Julia Christensen presents at the 2013 Creative Capital Artist Retreat from Creative Capital on Vimeo.
A digital slide show of photographs from “Big Box Reuse” are included in the traveling exhibition, “It’s the Political Economy, Stupid.” Upcoming venues include: CZKD-Center for Cultural Decontamination Paviljon Veljković, Birčaninova 21, Belgrade, Serbia September 30 – October 6, 2013 Exhibition is open until 6th of October 2013. Detailed program: http://www.rosalux.rs/en/artikl.php?id=290 AND Gallery 400 University…
Julia Christensen’s new work entitled Project Project recently received a Creative Capital grant in the Emerging Arts category. You can visit the project page on the artist’s website, and you can see the project profile on the Creative Capital website.