Born in Fairbanks Alaska, Sarah Julig grew up surrounded by tundra and mosquitoes. She studied art at the University of Alaska, the University of Lapland in Finland, and the Buckminster Fuller Institute in New York. Her work as been shown in galleries and publications in the USA and abroad, including: ABC No Rio, New York, NY; Nurture Art, Brooklyn, NY; Reppetti, Queens, NY; Exit Art, New York, NY; Pielisen Museum, Lieksa, Finland, and Gwangju Museum, Gwangju, Korea, and the ICA, Philadelphia, PA. She was a 2006 resident in the LMCC Swingspace program, and in 2008 received a Finlandia Foundation grant to finance her research in Koli, Finland. Currently she is busy making art work, detoxing the planet, biking, and practicing her yoga poses.
For No Assumption, Julig will be showing Ptolemy’s Aquarium, and installation of optical devices (as well as a handmade telescope) created from glass, wood, metal, bone and found objects.