Julia Vogl is American & British with an international practice. She is artist dedicated to making social sculpture, engaging with site, community on social / political / economic issues.Julia received a MFA at the Slade School of Art. Data visualizations have been a successful way for her work to be accessible and inclusive. Public commissions include work in a NYC park, a London school fence, Berlin former women’s prison, Krakow arts festival, Bristol cemetery, a school gate in Hong Kong. Her works have engaged thousands of individuals.
In 2012 she won the Aesthetica Art Prize, Catlin Art Prize, and was recognized in 2012 and 2016 by American for the Arts Public Art in Review Selection. She has received several Arts Council England grants and given a TEDx talk. When not making engaging art you can find directing art workshops for the London Brain Project. More at www.juliavogl.com