About
 
Julie Weber is a visual artist working conceptually within the framework of photography. Weber is interested in how images take form and materialize into physical objects. Predominantly cameraless, her work considers how materials can image themselves by depicting their own process. Through methodical application of color, tone, shape, layering, and repetition, material and process are pulled to the fore where they are inseparable from subject matter. Photography’s documental yet ephemeral nature, its simultaneous presence as both image and object, and its changeable relation to perceptibility are core tenets of her work. Weber’s practice does not seek to resolve these dualities but rather perpetuate their tension.

Julie Weber completed her MFA in Photography from Columbia College Chicago (2014). Select solo exhibitions include Dark Adaptation, Bert Green Fine Art, Chicago (2017) and Light Chronology, For The Thundercloud Generation, Chicago (2016). Select group exhibitions include Pushed Processes: Reworking the Photographic Medium, Hokin Gallery, Chicago (2018); Shadow Fixation, Perspective Gallery, Evanston (2018); Extra Sensory: Process and Photography, Perspectives Gallery at Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design, Milwaukee (2017); Materials & Processes: Imaging the Elements of Photography, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh (2016); Century Safe, Roman Susan, Chicago (2016); Framed Occurrences, O’Connor Gallery at Dominican University, River Forest (2016); The Dissemination of Blind Light, Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago (2015); Radiance, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago (2015); Ground Floor Biennial, Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago (2014). Weber was an artist-in-residence at the Chicago Artists Coalition (2015). Papersafe, The Hand Magazine, and ArtAscent have featured Weber’s work in printed publications. Her limited-edition photobook, REMNANTS, was published by Skylark Editions (2017).
 
Full CV available upon request.
 
Interview with LVL3.
 


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