Julie Cassels Cheshire, United Kingdom
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The photographic image is fundamental to Julie Cassels’s practice, using it as her medium to explore the relationship between a still image, the photographic sequence and a moving image. Her work encompasses video installation, photographic collage and digitally reconstructed objects. Originally a Systems Analyst, Cassels then studied Visual Arts, followed by M.A. in Textiles/Fashion, (2005).

The photographic image is fundamental to my practice, using it as the medium to explore the relationship between a still image, the photographic sequence and a moving image. Outside the confines of conventional photographic forms, I use the camera to record unregistered visual aspects of time and space. My work encompasses video installation, photographic collage and digitally reconstructed objects. There are often historical references in my work, with a particular interest in the aesthetics of textiles and clothing. The work is inspired by the depiction of fabric in all art forms, throughout art history, along with its interpretation and relevance. My work includes video installation, photographic collage and digitally reconstructed objects.

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CURTAINS, PALAZZO MOCENIGO, VENICE, Photographic image, digitally printed onto fabric, 2016

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‘Patient Sitter - Cullercoats’ , Digital video, 2015

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THE WAY I SEE IT #2 – AFTER ANDREW WYETH , Low relief, mixed media canvas, 2017

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FULL CIRCLE SERIES –SPRING STEPS - OUT, Inkjet print, mixed media photograph collage, , 2011

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THE WAY I SEE IT #1 - AFTER CASPAR DAVID FRIEDRICH , Low relief, mixed media canvas, 2017

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Seeing Differently Series, Altered books, images and photographs, 2015 onwards

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Artists’ booksCollageDigitalFilm / VideoInstallationPhotographyProjectionSculptureTextile
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