Julia Vogl is American & British with an international practice. She makes social sculpture, installations and prints that are engaging with site and colourfully form community.
Her work primarily focused on lifestyle and what things do we, as humans, share and what makes us distinct. Graduate of the Slade, at University College London 2011, she was winner of Aesthetica Art prize (2011), and Catlin Art prize (2012). Her work has been recognised by American for the Arts Public Art Year in Review in 2012, 2016 and 2019. Commissioned by Tate, ITV, Facebook, Hull 2017 City of Culture, Artlink Hull, selected for the Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition 2021 and recently the Woolwich Print Fair (2022).
All her public art works aim to represent the individual that participate as well as the collective, as beautiful installation that fosters a greater conversation. Simultaneously Vogl has been screen printing and drawing for 20 years. Passionate about colour, pattern, she is always creating prints- in the foot steps of Sonia Delaunay, or Marimeko, she wants people to feel uplifted and positive in their domestic space whether looking at a print on the wall or sitting in a jazzy love seat.