Julie Brixey-Williams is a London-based artist, curator and member of the Royal Society of Sculptors (2012) whose work is exhibited internationally. Her work explores the co-authored relationship that the body shares with place via sculpture and performative acts, bringing together various approaches such as collage, installation, photography, performance and drawing that aim to expose the traces and choreographic hieroglyphs created in movement. She also has a particular interest in scores, collaborative relationships and documentation. She is currently a PhD researcher in the Dept of Fine Art, University of Reading - check out this Blog page: placeingobjects.weebly.com
For further information about her collaborative practice please refer to www.pointandplacegame.com; www.pointandplace.net and www.fold-dance.weebly.com
Alongside her studio practice Julie works as a visiting lecturer, creativity coach, project assistant & workshop leader, and is particularly committed to expanding young minds through creative experimentation with the arts.
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Member of the Royal Society of Sculptors: sculptors.org.uk/artists/julie-brixey-williams
Member of Artcan.org.uk: https://www.artcan.org.uk/2019/02/julie-brixey-williams/