Julia Vogl is dedicated to making social sculpture, engaging with site and community on social/political/economic issues. Born in Washington DC, USA she received a MFA at the Slade School of Art, 2011.
Her public commissions include work in a NYC park, a London supermarket, a Berlin former women’s prison, a riad in Fez Morocco, Silver Spring Maryland shopping mall, at the Newcastle Discovery Museum & Krakow arts festival. Most recently Vogl installed work at Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol and decked out a Vauxhall car with 200 hundred people in a Liverpool parking lot. In 2012 she won the Aesthetica Art Prize, Catlin Art Prize, and was recognized by American for the Arts Public Art in Review.