Julie Oh works with photography, video, and installation to examine our understanding of, and relationship with, everyday objects. Central Mediatheque will feature a collection of Oh's strangely satisfying videos that test the properties of various materials and household goods.
Julie Oh is an emerging artist from Saskatoon. She completed her MFA as a Fulbright Fellow at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2012 and holds a BFA from the University of Saskatchewan. Her work has been featured in group exhibitions including: Living Architecture (2018), 6018 North, Chicago; Double Gaze (2018), ACRE Projects Gallery, Chicago; Punctured Landscape (2017), Art Museum of the Americas, Washington, DC; The New Normal (2017), Supa Salon, Istanbul, Turkey and The Hanger (an UMAM D&R Project), Beirut, Lebanon.
Julie Oh, Lick, 2014, animation, 0:08. Photo: courtesy of the artist