The Daiwa Foundation & the ART foundation invite you to a public talk by British Artist, Julie Brook. The artist will show and discuss open air sculptural works on remote Scottish islands and in Libyan & Namibian deserts. Brook was shortlisted for the Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2015.
共催: 大和日英基金, ART foundation
Julie Brook studied art at the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford(1980-83).
From 1989 Julie Brook has been living and working in remote landscapes in Scotland; Hoy, Orkney (1989) ; the west coast of Jura (1990-94); on the uninhabited island of Mingulay (1996-2011), Outer Hebrides.
Recently she has been working in different parts of the desert in Central and South West Libya (2008-09) travelling with Tuareg guides; Syria (2010) ; NW Namibia (2011-14) travelling with Himba-Herero guides.
She makes large scale sculptural work outside using different materials using photography and film as part of the process of working.