Juliusz Grabianski is an artist and curator based in London.
He works with and researches new digital technologies.

His practice is primarily occupied with the interplay between technology and cognition, as well as internet cultures and post-capitalist urbanism. Intrinsic to his practice, Juliusz experiments with different mediums and processes: digital 2D and 3D images, sound, moving image and writing.

He is a co-founder of Kawaii Agency, a curatorial platform run with Bart Seng Wen Long.
Email
juliuszgi@gmail.com


Links
Instagram
Kawaii Agency


Downloads
Portrait




Exhibitions

2022
Cursed Images, Take Courage Gallery, London
ESC, VVOVVA, online
Musk4Mars, New Art City Festival, online
Coping Through, Copeland Gallery, London

2021
Kawaii Agency, The Wrong Biennale, online
Arebyte Plugin, The Wrong Biennale, online
Notes for the Future Monument, online
UAL Graduate Showcase, online
Lacuna, Burgh House, London

2019
Underarm Presents II, Matchstick Piehouse, London
Underarm Presents, Matchstick Piehouse, London


Education

2018-2021
BA (Hons) Photography, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London

2016-2017
CertHE, History of Art, Goldsmiths, University of London


Residencies

2021
Digital Artist Residency, online


Publications

2021
“If only you could see what I’ve seen with your eyes”: Computational Photography and Human Memory, Emergencies: Notes for the Future Monument


Experience

2022
Curator, Cursed Images, Take Courage Gallery, London
Curator, Musk4Mars, New Art City Festival, online

2021
Curator, Kawaii Agency, The Wrong Biennale, online
Curator, Kawaii Agency, Arebyte Plugin, online
Research assistant, The Preserving Machine, London
Assistant curator, Notes for the Future Monument, online
Project manager and co-curator, Lacuna, Burgh House, London

2020
Community workshop facilitator, Lambeth Young Carers, London
KitMapper multi-channel sound masterclass participant, South Kiosk, London

2019
Volunteer, Photoworks and Peckham 24 Festival, London

2017-2019
Tour guide, Tate Modern, London