West Hobart, lutruwita-Tasmania
Dr Julia Drouhin will breakfast one dawn chorus of Australia with her family. She will turn on her microphone from her garden surrounded by banksia, wattle, wallaby, pademelon, and lorikeet, looking at the Jerry mist on the river.
She acknowledges the muwinina people, the traditional owners and custodians of the land upon which she dreams lives and works, and pay respect to elders past, present and emerging. Sovereignty has never been ceded.
Julia Drouhin (she/her)
French artist based in lutruwita (Tasmania), Julia is interested in the embodiment of invisible soundstreams that reveal friction in sociality and shift usual modes of transmission. Her current research is focused on the feminist nature of electromagnetic activities within micro~macro effects of fluid, sonic and social waves. Using field recordings, water based instruments, radio frequencies, walk, dice, rope, textiles and edible objects, she enjoys collaborative performance that explores broadcast impact in public space. Julia recently improvised on a mini trampoline filled with broken plates and licked some rocks at the beach.