Julien Moulin: Terra Incognita
At the first exhibition of the "Takle mamo … / So it has come to this…" cycle Julien Moulin is presenting "Terra Incognita" series of graphic collages.
Julien Moulin (Rennes, France, 1970) has been an art director for over 20 years. He started his career in Paris after obtaining a degree in graphic design from Ecole Estienne. As a freelance designer, he also worked remotely from New York, Washington DC, Shanghai, and Taipei. He currently lives and works in Ljubljana. His main artistic focus is collage, a form of visual expression where fiction and reality collide in unlikely ways, and where fragments of images lose their original identity to reveal a new meaning.
Terra Incognita is a series of graphic collages mixing fragments of maps, topography, and geographical soil data. The graphic compositions show tectonics reshaping continents and creating new territories. Borders and geopolitics change and disappear, challenging the perceptions of space, time, migration and ensuing conflicts. Moulin's work calls for a kinder, more open and less divided world.
—Jani Pirnat, curator
Project by: TAM-TAM
Takle mamo … / So it has come to this… cycle curator: Museum and Galleries of Ljubljana
Exhibition curator: Jani Pirnat
Supported by: City of Ljubljana, Tektonik kraft brewery