Julie Weber is a Dublin based thingamajig. She recently graduated from the Masters in Fine Art (Digital) from the National College of Art and Design and received her Joint Bachelors degree in Fine Art Media and Visual Culture in 2017. Weber works with moving image and installation to explore the relationships between labour, evolution and the term ‘invisibility’ within our now, 24-hour world. Fabricated digital landscapes and her use of speculative fiction eludes to human's imminent ruination. Her use of a ‘hand-made’ style opposes the proficient manufacturing processes and is in the realm of digital collaging and film. Using a sardonic humour, the aim is to mask the darker realities of our new non-linear, arrhythmic patterns that have become ideal for consumption or production at any time of the day or night.This collective exertion has created mutations in our patterns meaning there has been consistent evolution or deterioration with each new modernisation and generation.
"Blather does the Tongue", New York - October 2020
2017-2019 First Class Honours in MFA Digital Art, National College of Art and Design, Thomas Street, D4.
2014-2017 First Class Honours in BA in Fine Art Media and Visual Culture, National College of Art and Design, Thomas Street, D4.
2019 RHA Peer Residency Award 2019/2020
2017 Longlisted for the RDS Visual Art awards
2017 Commended in Visual Culture, NCAD
2019 MFA Graduate exhibition, The National College of Art and Design, Dublin.
2018 Stream at the Sailor's Home, Co Limerick.
2018 Rednessness, curated by Sophie Murphy. Copper House Gallery, St Kevin's Cottages, Dublin.
2018 All Other Places, East Wall Road, Point Square, Dublin.
2018 Make Even, curated by Sophia Vigne Welsh and Dara Kenny. Arklow, Co Wicklow.
2018 Wetware at the Complex, 15 Little Green St, Smithfield, Dublin 7.
2018 Taproot Art Auction and exhibition for ICCH, curated by Sophie Murphy, MART 190a Rathmines Road Lower, Dublin 6.
2017 NCAD Graduate Show, National College of Art and Design, Thomas Street, Dublin 4.
2016 Twenty Something, curated by Haley Chambers. Eblana House, Marrowbone Lane, Dublin 8.
2016 Oktopus, curated by Sean Markey, Andrews Lane Theatre, Saint Andrews Lane, Dublin 2.
2016 End of the Lane, Johns Lane, Dublin 4.
2016 Common Ground, curated by Denis Mortell. Johns Lane, Dublin 4.
May 2020 Guest speaker for Columbus College Dublin via Zoom
May 2020 Chit Chat with Red&Grey "Curiosity" presentation with Julie Weber, Mary Fitzgerald, Richard Seabrooke and Jo Anne Butler.
April 2020 RHA Closed Studio Instagram event with Julie Weber and Istvan Laszlo
Dec 2019 RHA Friends festive open studio with Julie Weber, Istvan Laszlo and Glenn Fitzgerald
Nov 2019 RHA open studio with NCAD Media students
2017- present: Teacher at Artzone, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14.
2018 Wilder Beasts Command, a performer for Emily Mast's: Experiments in Falling, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin 8.
2018 Summer Intern at Animo TV, 32 Lombard St East, Dublin 2.
2018 Workshop leader and facilitator at NCAD Access Day, Thomas Street, D8.
2018 Visuals technician and artist; Telethon, Camden Street.
2018 Telethon, Art and music event promotor and organiser, 18 Camden Street Lower, Dublin 2.
2017 Bespoke Portfolio Course teacher and technician.
2017 Photographer for Forbidden Fruit Festival
2016 NCAD Performer at: Do you remember? Emma Haugh’s: This is Public and Sexy, Studio 468, St, Andrews Community Centre, Rialto Dublin 8. Curated by RGKSKSRG (Kate Strain and Rachael Gilbourne).
2015 NCAD Performer at: The Re-appropiation of Sensuality, Emma Haugh, closing night performance and workshops. Curated by RGKSKSRG (Kate Strain and Rachel Gilbourne). NCAD Gallery.
2015 Performer and attendee for Emma Haugh's performance workshops, National College of Art and Design, Thomas Street, Dublin 4.
July 2017 Circa Magazine
Julie Weber, Interview by Sophie Murphy for “ESC exhibition”, Dublin City FM, May 12th 2016