"During my residency, I had the opportunity to work on the post-production of my project Ghostmarkets and to develop a second chapter, nourished by the encounters and collaborations initiated during my stay. This privileged time gave me the necessary time, in a context strongly marked by the economic insecurity of the cultural actors, to work at ease and in a context of intense intellectual emulation."
Julie Ramage, born in 1987 in France, is a visual artist and doctor in History and Semiology of Text and Image.
Her projects question institutional spaces such as penitentiary centers, on both a documentary and collaborative basis. The setting up of field surveys and collective research protocols allows her to generate encounters, speaking situations that provide the material for performances, micro-editions and installations. This research-creation approach is validated by regular collaborations with researchers from various disciplines.
Her work has been presented in France (Centre Pompidou, Cité internationale des arts, CENTQUATRE, Musée de l'Homme, Chapelle des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Le Cube, Maison Européenne de la Photographie...), the United States, Argentina and Spain.