Julika Gittner

Artist exploring the role of sculpture in contested politics of space
United Kingdom (residence), Germany (citizenship) °1974
research interests: public sculpture, art & activism, art & regeneration

Julika teaches and practices across the disciplines of art and architecture. Her sculpture, performance, sound and video works have been shown internationally and explore the social and political role of art and architecture. She has taught art and architecture at universities in the UK and abroad and has been Design Fellow in Architecture at the University of Cambridge since 2010 where she is currently teaching on the MPhil in Architecture and Urban Design (MAUD).  In 2019 Julika was awarded the SWW DTP2 PhD studentship to undertake an interdisciplinary practice-based PhD in Fine Art and Architecture at the Universities of Reading and Cardiff. Her thesis is entitled Manufacturing Dis-Content - Sculpture as a tool for counter propaganda and aims to develop a sculptural art practice that can communicate counter evidence in today’s contested politics of space.


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