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Born in Sweden (1957)
Lives and works in Halmstad, Sweden
Sculptor and photographer
Director of Cultural Association Harp Art Lab
Education: Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia

I am an artist working with painting, photography, sound and sculpture. I have been exhibited in art galleries in the Netherlands, Spain, France, Belgium, Italy and Sweden. Some of my early works represented paintings of the Scandinavian mythology. I created everything from small paintings to big oil paintings. Each one representing a part of the fascinating Scandinavian mythology. I consider my self lucky to be living in such an historical place as southern Sweden. I'm surrounded by history and especially history that is closely related to the vikings and Scandinavian mythology.

In 2010 I founded Harp Art Lab with my husband Mikael Ericsson. It is an international sound art laboratory located in Harplinge windmill on the Swedish west coast. As a Director of Harp Art Lab I coordinate the projects, sound art festivals, marketing and public relations.

When we bought the windmill I found a great amount of materials and I collected many of these unique items and gave them my own personal touch in a series of sculptures and mobiles called MILL PIECES.

In 2012 I started the photo project, ATTIMI, focusing on rural areas in Sweden. The ambition is to capture the moments in the ever-changing nature.

In my latest work, HEAVEN, I combine sound and climate change in a site specific installation at Harp Art Lab. In a large cube of plexiglass sculptural mobiles of prisms and reused materials create an universe of light and sound. Heaven is an ever-changing installation in the interplay between light, sound and the impact of nature. From this work a new series of photos, videos and installations are produced for public spaces, gardens and indoor environments.

Website: www.julieericsson.se
E-mail: julie (at) harpartlab.se
Tel: ++46 70 5416458

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Harp Art Lab | Harplinge Windmill | Sweden