Julia Dault, Artist
Julia Dault tackles canvases with swift swipes of paint and rhythmic repeats. Dault’s sculptures mimic the structure of her painting (or visa versa) with tubular and reflective curves, with lines and colors belted together into a tightly contained bulbous form. Many of Dault’s pieces are named after 1980s pop songs, Electric Youth (hello, Debbie Gibson), Rico Suave (yess), 2 Legit (to quit), etc etc – suitable names for these wet and wild works. Dault lives and works in Brooklyn.