JULIE SASS

Julie Sass, untitled, 2018, soap ground, sugar lift aquatint & embossing

Julie Sass – Untitled, 2018 – Soap ground, sugar lift aquatint & embossing  – Somerset 300 gr. – 60 x 48 cm – Edition of 16
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Julie Sass, untitled, 2018, soap ground, sugar lift, spit bite aquatint & embossing

Julie Sass – Untitled, 2018 – Soap ground, sugar lift, spit bite aquatint & embossing  – Somerset 300 gr. – 60 x 48 cm – Edition of 16
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Julie Sass, untitled, 2018, soap ground, sugar lift aquatint & embossing

Julie Sass – Untitled, 2018 – Soap ground, sugar lift aquatint & embossing  – Somerset 300 gr. – 60 x 48 cm – Edition of 16
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Julie Sass, untitled, 2017, etching, sugar lift & spit bite aquatint with hand coloured chine-collé

Julie Sass – Untitled, 2017 – Etching, sugar lift & spit bite aquatint with hand coloured chine-collé  – Hahnemühle 350 gr. – 54 x 39 cm – Edition Variable of 22
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Julie Sass, untitled, 2017, etching, sugar lift & spit bite aquatint with hand coloured chine-collé

Julie Sass – Untitled, 2017 – Etching, sugar lift & spit bite aquatint with hand coloured chine-collé  – Hahnemühle 350 gr. – 54 x 39 cm – Edition Variable of 22
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Julie Sass, untitled, 2016, etching and sugar lift aquatint with hand coloured chine-collé

Julie Sass – Untitled, 2016 – Etching and sugar lift aquatint with hand coloured chine-collé  – Hahnemühle 350 gr. – 54 x 39 cm – Edition Variable of 22
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Julie Sass’ painterly work consists of overlaying partially transparent layers with geometric forms. The interrelation between those forms is also at the core of the artist’s exploration in her first etching project. Here Julie was able to form the partial transparent layers with the help of different printmaking techniques – aquatint and chine-collé.

Shifts in colour and texture are important elements in Sass’ artistic research as her primer concerns as an artist are space, matter and materiality. Describing her work process Sass states that each element in her work leads her to the next. Shifts in shapes and colours give her work the feeling of being in a state of flux, and even though it seems the balance she achieved is momentary, Sass manages to build a sense of harmony. In fact, her etching can be seen as a sort of architecture as each element is essential for the balance of the composition without which the harmony would be lost. This fragile balance, that Sass so skilfully manages to achieve, becomes then the key element of engagement between the viewer and her work.

Julie Sass

Julie Sass (b. 1971) studied visual art at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and at New York University (MFA), where she specialized in painting. Later she received her MA in Theory & Mediation from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.