Julia Koreman grew up on the northside of Chicago where she currently works with common construction materials, such as wood and foam board. Her sculptural works employ moveable components that test the unspoken borders and rules that separate form from space and objecthood from environment. Her creative practice is informed by research on the philosophy of mathematics, the manifestos of Russian Constructivists, and critiques of the Minimalist movement.
Julia received a Bachelor of Arts from Kalamazoo College where she double majored in Chemistry and Studio Art. After moving back to Chicago, she co-founded “Double Coincidence,” a shared studio and community space, and curated It Be Like That Sometimes at Hyde Park Art Center. Her artwork has been exhibited at the Southshore Cultural Center in Chicago, IL; Bend Gallery in Grand Rapids, MI; The Park Trades Center in Kalamazoo, MI; The LeRoy Neiman Center in Chicago, IL; and Gallery 37 in Chicago, IL.