Director, writer and installation artist, Isaac Julien was born in London, 1960. Objectives of his work include breaking down the barriers that exist between different artistic disciplines, drawing from and commenting on film, dance, photography, music, theatre, painting and sculpture, and uniting these to construct a powerfully visual narrative. Most of his works center around themes of class, sexuality, and artistic and cultural history.
Ten Thousand Waves (2010): This nine-channel video installation constitutes a mesmerizing hybrid form, a mixture of a travelogue, a kaleidoscopic portrait of Chinese history, and a filmic essay on contemporary networks of human and artistic migration – Metropolitan Museum of Art
First photo taken with flash, second photo without. These little figurines were fun to create all-around. After firing, I stained them with a dark walnut wood stain. Afterwards I decided to give them a more matte finish with acrylic … Continue reading →
First photo taken with flash, second photo taken without. Although the shape is a little shaky, I’m proud of this work. The vessel is imperfect which is what I love about it. The look of the sloppy glaze job is reminiscent of … Continue reading →