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“Little world – cognitive state”

Julija Goyd
Left Wing – Right Wing (2012), 2016
C-type print
40 x 50cm
Edition of 35 + 4APs
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Julija Goyd’s C-type print Left Wing — Right Wing is from her photographic series Little World. The series investigates instances where the presentation of narratives can overshadow real circumstances, which in turn jeopardises the continuous process of identity growth. This work was included in the book The Naked & The Nude curated by Peter Weiermair and published in 2013 by Stockmal and Martel. The book features works by some of contemporary art’s best-known names like Wolfgang Tillmanns, Nobuyoshi Araki, Ralth Gibson, Vanessa Beecroft and Jeff Bark. Following the success of the first book, Peter Weiermair curated another edition titled Faces (2015) and Julija’s Goyd work was featured for a second time, contributing among works of Robert Mapplethorpe, Juergen Teller, Anton Corbin, Antoine D’Agata and Pieter Hugo.

Julija Goyd was born 1979 in Vilnius, Lithuania. Lives and works in Berlin. After years working in finance management she gravitated to the world of acting, to the world of advertising, to the world of fashion. Since 2010 she has been working with photography and video.

In the beginning of her career as a photographer, she collaborated with finish artist Emil Karila and their collaborative works were displayed in gallery “Vartai”, Vilnius (2009), Gallery Korjaamo, Helsinki (2009), Ban-Parents Art Biennial, Travelling exhibition from Oslo, Tråmso, Rovaniemi, Murmansk, Moscow and Helsinki (2010). Her work also was part of group shows in various galleries, like Carpentier Gallery, Berlin (2013), Lehrter Siebzehn, Berlin (2014), The Ballery, Berlin (2015), Schau Fenster, Berlin (2016). One of her major film projects in collaboration with research institute Rework, Berlin – the documentary about the institute was successfully premiered during the long nigh of Sciences (2013) in the main building of Humboldt university.

 

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