#7 from series “The Habitat”


#7 from series “The Habitat”, 2022
Inkjet print on Fuji Crystal archive matte, 30x42cm
Halbe Rahmen, Museum Glass, 30x42cm
1/5 AP

Photography series “The Habitat” (2022) depicts an ecosystem, in which the natural balance has been disrupted by anthropogenic forces. My primary motif is pollution commonly found in major cities’ water basins; e.g., plastic bottles and grocery bags, discarded batteries, children’s toys, and other forms of (mostly plastic) waste. With “The Habitat” series, I aim to show how urban waterscapes have been anthropocenically altered by human overconsumption and debris. Further, I seek to critically and aesthetically challenge the viewer to understand how our actions cause dangerous imbalances in our environment, and transform our planet into an apocalyptic world unfit to sustain any form of life.

  • Julija Goyd
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  • Torstrasse 159
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  • Julija Goyd
    Born 1979 in Vilnius, Lithuania.
    Currently lives and works in Berlin
    Torstrasse 159
    10115 Berlin

    2018 Art Biennale Glasgow International 2018, Glasgow, Scotland

    Art Fairs:
    2020 Fresh Eyes Photo Fair, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2018 Art Biennale Glasgow International 2018, Scotland
    2017 Printed Matter's NY Art book Fair at MoMAPS1, NY
    2017 Offprint London at Tate Modern, UK
    2017 Printed Matter's LA Art book Fair, LA
    2017 Sunday Art Fair, London, UK

    2023 Nida. Meeting photography. Nida, Lithuania
    2022 200 unter 2000, Contemporary Show Room, Berlin, Germany
    2022 Blind Vision, Treptow-Ateliers e.V., Berlin, Germany
    2022 Donna II, Not cancelled openings by V.Dambrauskas, Vilnius, Lithuania
    2021 YUMMY! the power of attraction, Direkt Auktion, Berlin, Germany
    2021 Fumes and Perfumes, Züblin parking, Stuttgart, Germany
    2021 Timestamps, National Gallery of Art, Vilnius, Lithuania
    2021 Summer of love, The Ballery, Berlin, Germany
    2021 Donna, Not cancelled openings by V.Dambrauskas, Vilnius, Lithuania
    2020 Fresh Eyes Photography Talents, Westergas, Amsterdam, Netherlands
    2020 Terpė, AV17 Gallery, Vilnius, Lithuania
    2020 50/50. The matter of duality, Paul-Fleischmann-HausBerlin, Germany
    2019 Photospiel, Karl Oskar Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    2019 Boobs, Raum linksrechts, Hamburg, Germany
    2019 5 years of the Ballery, The Ballery, Berlin
    2019 Half the world belongs to us!, Alpha Nova & Galerie Futura, Berlin, Germany
    2019 Boobs, Karl Oskar Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    2019 12+1, Meno Parkas Galerija, Kaunas, Lithuania
    2018 A beam of light for boundary sight, Panke, Berlin, Germany
    2018 La Nuit de l'Instant, Street Level Photoworks
    (programmed as part of Glasgow International 2018), Glasgow, Scotland
    2018 Artists in resonance, The Ballery, Berlin, Germany
    2018 Keep your eyes peeled, Aff Galerie, Berlin, Germany
    2018 Not everything is black and white, The Ballery, Berlin, Germany
    2018 Bitch Material, Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin, Germany
    2018 Infinitude of me, Galerie Bruderstrasse, Gorlitz, Germany
    2017 Dausuva, M.Mazvydas National Library of Lithuania, Vilnius, Lithuania
    2017 In Between Beyond, Art Loft Berlin, Berlin, Germany
    2016 Erections&Elusive spaces, The Ballery, Berlin, Germany
    2016 What's NEXT? 2016, Loftas, Vilnius, Lithuania
    2016 Trost, Schaufenster, Berlin, Germany
    2015 Nude, The Ballery, Berlin, Germany
    2014 Black Market Berlin, Lehrter Siebzehn, Berlin, Germany
    2013 The story of the creative, Angel Orensanz, Foundation For
    Contemporary Art, New York, USA
    2013 Shooting Kitty, Carpentier Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    2010 Galerie im Regierungsviertel/Forgotten Bar Project, Berlin, Germany
    2010 Gallery-shop "Hotel of things", Vilnius, Lithuania
    2010 Ban-Parents Art Biennial, Travelling exhibition from: Oslo,
    Tråmso, Rovaniemi, Murmansk, Moscow and Helsinki
    (Julija Goyd&Eemil Karila)
    2009 Artscape, Gallery Vartai, Vilnius (collaboration with Eemil Karila), Lithuania

    2021 "Rinktiniai vaizdai (Selected works) 2017-2020". A publication featuring a selection of Lithuanian visual artists, published by a culture magazine "Nemunas"
    2020 "Fresh Eyes". A collection of the best photography talents in Europe in 2020, selected by GUP Magazine
    2019 „Mein Heimliches Auge“ (My secret eye). A book about eroticism
    by Claudia Gehrke.
    2018 „Mein Heimliches Auge“ (My secret eye). A book about eroticism by C.Gehrke.
    2014 „Faces“. Portrait photography curated by Peter Weiermair.
    2013 „The Naked&The Nude“. Anthology of contemporary nude
    photography curated by PeterWeiermair.
    2013 „Mein Heimliches Auge“ (My secret eye). A book about eroticism by C.Gehrke.

    2018 Audio visual essay “Trapped in light”, 2018, NY, 9.30 mins, NYC/Berlin
    2016 Video "Decadentia", 5.05 mins, Berlin Germany
    2013 Documentary film „Re:Work“, 22 mins, Berlin, Germany

    2023 Lithuanian Culture Council, Lithuania
    2022 Stiftung Kunstfonds, Germany
    2021 Lithuanian Culture Council, Lithuania

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