Julius Schmiedel is an artist exploring how light and color change perception of space. He has also been developing works to deploy in public spaces. His installations involve appropriating electronic products as well as designing and building lights and circuitry. Most works bring Art and Science together, installations resemble open experimental setups more than they are traditional, closed artworks. Making the visitors notice and contemplate perception is a key aspect. In times of digital media the question of how the virtual and the real world are to be seperated, and how they influence each other.
2017 Katalyst Festival, Köln / Kunstraum Anakoluth, Köln 2016 Sommerloch, Wuppertal 2015 Art von Demon, Berlin / Akademie der Künste, Berlin / 2014 GOLD+BETON, Köln / Flux Factory, NYC / 2013 Gallery 286, London / Center for Holographic Art, NYC / kitev, Oberhausen / 2012 MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, USA / Spanien19C, Aarhus / Badischer Kunstverein, Karlsruhe / 2011 Hyogo Prefectural Museum, Kobe / ArToll Kunstlabor, Bedburg-Hau / Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg, Delmenhorst / 2010 Kai 10, Düsseldorf / Galerie Frenhofer, Berlin / Walpodenakademie, Mainz / Flux Factory, NYC