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Brief Published: 16 Mar 2012

Julia Dault: Glossy Sculpture


Brooklyn-based artist Julia Dault creates sculptures and paintings that appear to explore texture, harnessing curved forms and glossy or reflective surfaces.

Working exclusively in materials that typify the modern world – plastics, film-coated Plexiglas and resin composites – her work mimics the aesthetic seen in the Stylus Rationale for Autumn/Winter 2013-14, Hyper-Real. Metallic and iridescent films are often used to create a high-shine finish that reflects its surroundings.

Julia Dault is exhibiting as part of The Ungovernables, the New Museum’s triennial exhibition in New York.

Julia Dault
New Museum

Art & Design