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Elizabeth Mputu,  LVLZ Healing Center: IRL Application of Digi-Manifestation , 2017, Interstitial, Seattle WA

Elizabeth Mputu, LVLZ Healing Center: IRL Application of Digi-Manifestation, 2017, Interstitial, Seattle WA

Director, INTERSTITIAL

Founded in 2015, Interstitial, a 500-square-foot gallery space in Seattle, Washington, focused on solo exhibitions by local, national, and international new media artists. Interstitial presented over 25 site-specific installations and received national attention as a leading resource for time-based media.

Dakota Gearhart,  We Are The Intimate Freaks You Asked For,  2017, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Portland OR

Dakota Gearhart, We Are The Intimate Freaks You Asked For, 2017, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Portland OR

Curator in Residence, DISJECTA

The 2017-2018 Curator-in-Residence season by Julia Greenway showcased four exhibitions by a diverse group of contemporary female artists. Through site-specific installations and cross-cultural dialogue, the seventh CiR season evokes themes of identity as mediated through digital communications.

WRITINGS

Curating the Digital, ARCADE Issue 37.1, March 2019

Infinite Void, Pact with Sarah Meyohas, Galerie Pact, January 2019

Curator in Residence: Julia Greenway, Season 7 Catalogue, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, May 2018

POV: Young Artists Fight an Uphill Battle in Seattle, VICE, April 2017

Orchids The Look Good in Bad Lighting, Curatorial Essay, Interstitial, May 2016

On Indigo Echo, Curatorial Essay, Interstitial, Jan 2016

TALKS

Julia Greenway Disjecta Curator in Residence 2017-2018, Disjecta Contemporary Art Center, Portland OR, 2018

Dan Paz Lecture & Conversation with Julia Greenway, Seattle University, Seattle WA, May 2018

Artist Lecture Series, Weber State University, Ogden UT, Jan 2018

Olson Kundig Speaker Series: Julia Greenway and Beth Sellers, Olsen Kundig , Seattle WA, March 2017

In Support of Artists: The Evolution of Seattle Exhibition Spaces, Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle WA, May 2017

Guest Lecturer, DXARTS 200, University of Washington, Seattle WA, Oct 2016

Pecha Kucha on Art and Technology, Cornish Playhouse Seattle WA, January 2015      

I pay  Joe Freeman  to take all my photos

I pay Joe Freeman to take all my photos

Originally from Detroit Michigan, Julia Greenway began her curatorial practice with Interstitial, a contemporary new media gallery in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle. Her work focuses on how digital media influences the aesthetic presentation of gender, economics, and environment. From 2012 to 2014 she developed exhibitions at various galleries and institutions within the region: Bridge Productions, SOIL Gallery, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle Art Museum, Bumbershoot Festival, as well as participating in the Seattle Storefronts Project. In 2016, Greenway undertook a month-long term of research and networking in Shanghai and Hong Kong through The New Foundation Seattle as part of The New Fellows program. She was named the 2017-2018 Curator-in-Residence with Disjecta Contemporary in Portland, Oregon in which she presented solo exhibitions by Sondra Perry, Sarah Meyohas, and Portia Munson. Currently, Greenway is living in London and working towards an MFA in curating at Goldsmiths.