Zara Julius is a Johannesburg based multidisciplinary social artist and vinyl collector whose work is concerned with the relationship with the relationship between aesthetics and freedom. She works with sound, video, performance and objects, and her practice involves the collection, selection and creation of archives through extensive research projects. Concerned with the ethics of representation, Julius’s use of co-productive methodologies help ensure her subject areas are triangulated. The bulk of her projects have focused on mapping the sonic and spiritual mobilities of religious rapture and rupture with congregants of syncretic religions, and on (post) apartheid narratives around race and place as they pertain to intimate archiving practices.
A supplementary, online, open source discovery/learning resource centre for all ages where the 8C’s of learning will be stimulated and explored:
Curiosity, Creativity, Criticism, Communication, Collaboration, Compassion, Composure & Citizenship.