|Experienced With||Collaboration, Commissions, For-hire services, Leading workshops, Lectures, Performances, Public art, Speaking engagements, Teaching engagements|
I use video, printmaking, digital art, glitch, performance, collage, installation, live visuals and curated experiences to create experiences, environments and abstract landscapes. The work often invites audiences to participate and respond to questions, participating in a tour or game, contributing to a group project or stepping into an installation. The immersion of the viewer becomes a part of shaping the experience and adds to the narrative of the work.
Julie Mallis is a multimedia artist and educator working with visual media, immersive environments and audience interaction for community engagement, learning and fun. They perform live visuals with projection mapping of audio-reactive animated environments, video art & collaged internet artifacts. Julie has exhibited, curated and performed their work nationally including at The Andy Warhol Museum, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Baby's All Right, The Silent Barn, Coaxial Arts Foundation, PhilaMOCA, and more. Julie is one half of the creative performance and visual art duo #MagicOrgans, who is currently on exhibit at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts, and were identified as "Creator of the Year 2016" by CREATE Festival. Julie holds a BHA degree in Studio Art focused on Electronic Time-Based Media and in Anthropology from Carnegie Mellon University. Currently, Julie is the Education Program Manager at Bike Pittsburgh and the Creative Director of BOOM Concepts, a creative hub in Pittsburgh.