|Current Residency||The Horniman Museum & ArtQuest
Selected as the artist in residence 2017 Alex is focusing on some of the more unusual aspects of the musical instruments collection. Her work will be publicly showcased during 2018.
listen to Alex
|Forthcoming Publication||Chain Reaction compiled and edited by Alex Julyan|
Reflecting on the impacts and potential of the built environment on our wellbeing, architects and academics: Sarah Wigglesworth, Peg Rawes, Mellis Haward, Hilary Satchwell and Dinah Bornat unpick the current landscape.
Available Spring 2018
|Construction||The Poplar Pavilion 2017
this unique structure constructed by Chrisp Street Market, Poplar, evolved over 5 months. Building without a masterplan the design and construction was a collaboration with architects, artists, and local residents.
watch the film here and here
||Public Engagement Fellowship 2014 - 17
Alex used her Fellowship to deepen her understanding of the impacts and potential of the built environment on our wellbeing and run a series of live projects.
read more here view a Fellowship project
Professor Roger Kneebone surgeon, GP and academic in conversation with artist Alex Julyan
listen to the conversation
|Live production||The Francis Crick Institute 2016|
produced by Alex Julyan, one of the world's leading medical research institutes opened by Her Majesty The Queen. Attended by The Duke of Edinburgh and James Watson, co-discoverer of DNA.
watch the event
|Prints to order||Bestiary and A Collation of Collectives
animal hybrids and engaging wordplay in print
view and order
|Framed works||Mis en Scène 3-dimensional paperworks
intimate Mis en Scene artworks constructed with original engravings from The London Illustrated News.
Boxed collages with visual twists.
samples on view at Kokon to Zai 86 Goldborne Rd . London W10 5PS
view works here
||Pamphlets 12 polemical essays by artists published by Artquest
Co-commissioned & edited by Alex Julyan
Six arts professionals write anonymously on irksome aspects of the art world
read: Plain Speaking
Lost in Translation by Alex Julyan & Bill Gilonis