Art as a way to grasp a layered world of non-human and human things. To search for stories that emerge in the space between us. Within the context of technology, ecology and the spaces we are in, the urgency is felt to find these stories through focus on the details. Details that may provide an opportunity to understand better the places we are at, the questions to address. Can these (radical) details present themselves as gateways into understanding a world of ecological and technological change? In a practice in motion, the encounters create an open space to play, observe and question.

Juliette Brederode is an artist and researcher. Her work combines text, photography, video, sound and scent. Often site-specific most of the work has its origin in public space, offline and online. Believing in an interdisciplinary approach to current topics, she is curious about the ways to relate to human and non-human things in a world of technological and ecological change and how we inhibit the in-between. She feels this is the place where stories emerge. Graduated in 2022 from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Unstable Media, in Amsterdam. Before she received her MA Contemporary History at the University of Leiden.  Next to her artistic practice she works as a creative producer at affect lab.

Co-founder M O N D A G collectief in Amsterdam.
Duo-exhibition, Reinier de Graaf Ziekenhuis, Delft 2023-2024
Best Dutch Book Designs, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2023
Counterpublics. Where the wild things grow, Athens, 2023
M O N D A G collective De Klencke, Amsterdam 2023
M O N D A G collective Vrijpaleis, Amsterdam 2023
Graduation Show Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, 2022, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam 2021
Pending Futures, Artcatch, Utrecht 2021
Fluid Walkscapes, Rietveld Uncut Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam 2021

In a radical detail. Photography book (limited edition). 2022
Touch/un-touch. Considerations in-between things. Thesis. 2022

Beste Verzorgde Boeken 2022 
In a Radical detail. Artist publication

Gerrit Rietveld Academie - BA Fine Arts - Unstable Media 
University of Leiden - MA Contemporary History

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