Julia Martin

born 1976 in Berlin, Germany

lives in Berlin, Germany, and Seydisfjordur, Iceland

2014 PhD (Art), Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK

2012-14, Communication assistance at Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Germany

2006-09 Tutor/Coordinator, MFA programme 'Art, Space, Nature', Edinburgh College of Art, UK

2006 Master of Fine Art in 'Art, Space, Nature', Edinburgh College of Art, UK

2003 Dipl.-Ing. Landscape Architecture, Technical University of Berlin, Germany

2000-04 Tutor/Coordinator, Institute for Theory and History of Landscape Development, Technical University of Berlin, Germany

Exhibitions, projects, etc:

Skaftfell Centre for Visual Art, Seydisfjordur, Iceland (2014); 'RO RO', group exhibition

Art Institute Shibukawa, Japan (2013); 'Flow and Arrest', with Miriam Walsh

Das Gift, Berlin (2012); Group exhibition, 'Every day is a sad day', curated by Eli Skatvedt

Artist-in-Residence at Skaftfell Centre for Visual Art, Seydisfjordur, Iceland (Aug 2011, Dec/Jan 2011/12, July 2012)

Shetland Museum and Archives, Lerwick (2010); group exhibition, responding to fieldwork in Greenland

Manifesta Biennial, Murcia, Spain (2010); public workshop on questions of artistic collaboration, with AC research group (London)

Artist-in-Residence at Art Institute Shibukawa, Japan (Aug 2009); 'Camera Infinita' curatorial project and exhibition

Edinburgh Art Festival, UK (2009); 'Camera Infinita' curatorial project and exhibition

Deutzer Bruecke, Cologne, Germany (2007); group exhibition 'Ueber/m Fluss', site specific installation

Goethe Institut, Glasgow, UK (2006); exhibition with Johanna Pagels, supported by DAAD

Artist-in-Residence at JDM Foundation, Chicago, USA (Nov 2005 - Feb 2006)

Bauhaus Foundation, Dessau, Germany (Aug 2002, 2003, 2004); interdisciplinary stage workshops, performances, installations, exhibitions in public space and at the Bauhaus

Publications and conference presentations

'Greenland as the avantgarde of post-growth and post-carbon economies?' Conditions magazine, 11/12, 2012, p. 160-166. ISSN 1891-2672. Publication participating in the exhibition 'Possible Greenland', Danish Pavillion at Venice Biennial of Architecture 2012.

Speaker at Northern Research Forum, Akureyri, Iceland, August 2013. Conference on 'Climate change in Northern territories'

Speaker at Arctic Frontiers conference, Tromso, Norway, January 2013. Session on 'Contested Landscapes - Lost ecologies'.

Speaker at 'Emergent critical environments: where next for ecology and the humanities?' ASLE UK Postgraduate Conference, 2011, Queen Mary University, London.

Speaker at 'Relational Participation in Public Matters of Concern', RMIT Roundtable 2011, Technische Universit├Ąt Berlin.

Speaker at 'Publicness', Goldsmiths Research Symposium, 2011, Whitechapel Gallery, London.

Speaker at 'New Notes on Sculpture', Goldsmiths Research Symposium, 2011, University of London.

Speaker at 'Documentation', Goldsmiths Research Symposium, 2009, University of London.