Isaac
Julien

Issac Julien is an accomplished filmmaker and video installation artist. His multi-screen installations and accompanying photographic works for museums and galleries explore fractured narratives of memory and desire, often uniting elements from dance, painting, sculpture, theater, and music. His 1989 film, Looking for Langston is a poetic treatment of gay black poet Langston Hughes and the Harlem Renaissance. His multi-screen installations, A Marvellous Entanglement (2019) traverse a collection of Lina Bo Bardi's most iconic buildings; offering a meditation on the work and legacy of the visionary modernest architect and Ten Thousand Waves (2019) investigates China's ancient past and changing present through interwoven narratives.

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