JULIA SAND (DE)
“Art is a food that is addictive. A kind of food that changes the consciousness and the perception of reality. I focus my experience on the seemingly banal and unimportant in everyday life. We go out every day in supermarkets and barely observe the most peculiar places.”
The work of the German artist Julia Sand thematizes how mass production continuously creates material needs.
When looking at Julia Sand’s large collages, the viewer is confronted with the omnipresent roaring commercials and their chaotic aesthetics.
The apparently trivial everyday life is often the main motive in Julia Sand’s work.