Julie Lundsteen Boserup’s art is closely infiltrated with the immediate environment. In her work, she scrutinizes the surrounding landscape by insisting on a dialogue with the weird, yet often surprisingly coherent statements of style, preferences and taste she finds there. By a gradual process of drawing, photocopying, cutting up, and redrawing, she tries to isolate and demonstrate the fault line between reality and potentiality—between what is, and what was almost, but not quite, allowed to be. The practise of gradual reinterpretation is an attempt to bring this underlying politics out in the open: Every image becomes a small archive, which document the multitude of stories and choices that we humans ceaselessly fuse into the apparently solid matter of everyday
Artist Bio / CV
Julie Lundsteen Boserup – born 1976
1999 –2002 BA Hons Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art.
1998 –99 BTEC Fine Art foundation course, Chelsea College of Art.
2006 Where I´m calling from DG, Association of Danish printmakers gallery. Copenhagen
2004 Gadeplan Raca. Copenhagen
Selected group exhibitions
2008 Anonyme Zeichner 8 Blutenweiss –raum fur kunst. Berlin
2007 Filmische Warheiten Heidelberger Kunstverein, Germany
Sit on the wire Larm Gallery. Copenhagen
2006 Urban Flux Group show. Gallery Christoffer Egelund. Dk
Anonyme Zeichner 1 Blutenweiss –raum fur kunst. Berlin
Kolonihavehus 7a Co-initiater. Exhibition in allotmenthouse. 2005 Daydream Nation Kabine, Copenhagen
Buffet Førstetilvenstre, Copenhagen
2003 At a time when they were friends Q gallery, Royal Academy. Dk.
Charlottenborgs forårsudstilling Cencored exhibition.
2002 Degree Show Chelsea College of Art, BA. London
Liverpool Biennale, independent sector With Ruth Hoflich, Sofia Tillberg.
2005 Cover image for Kulturo magazine
2004 Nordic Air, Nifca. Residency in Vilnius, Lithuania.
United Net-Works Mobile Archive of Wonders'. Mobile artist archive.
2001 Aldeija de Luz. Travel award to Portugal. With Cecilie Gravesen.
2006 The Danish Art Council.
2005 Talent development award, The Danish Art Foundation.
2004 The Danish Art Council.
The Danish Art Foundation, travel grant.
2002 Center of Contemporary Art, Denmark.
2001 Joan Souter-Robertson Award, with Cecilie Gravesen.
2000 Ray Finnis Charitable Trust.