Juliane Foronda is an artist and organizer whose work deals with support structures within our public and private lives, and the parallels between space and human emotion. Working predominantly though sculpture, object, intervention and text, her work references architecture, built environments, furniture, care and intimacy, often attempting to better understand their limits and absurdities. 

Juliane received her MA in Fine Arts from Listaháskóli Íslands/Iceland University of the Arts, Reykjavík in 2018, and her BA in Studio Art from the University of Guelph, Canada in 2013. She is currently based in Glasgow.


recent & upcoming projects:

May and June 2020: Artist-in-residence, Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder, Trondheim NO (upcoming)

Autumn 2019: TBA, Glasgow Women’s Library, Glasgow UK - curated by Caroline Gausden (upcoming)

August 2019: Hordaland Kunstsenter Summer Academy Workshop, Bergen & Dale NO (upcoming)

June 2019: On community, colour and collaboration: an afternoon with Cobolt Collective, artzine.is - writer

March 2019: how to be closer, in Vesturbær, Reykjavík IS - organized by Sophie Durand

Nov 2018: Maybe it’s the weatherKosminen, Helsinki FI - curated by Brontë Jones, Sophie Durand & Ana Victoria Bruno

Nov 2018: how to be closer, Underpinning, Aberdeen UK - curated by Kirsty Russell

Nov 2018: Maybe it’s the weather publication launch concurrently at OPEN in Reykjavík IS, Good Press in Glasgow UK and Cool Change Contemporary in Perth AUS

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     © juliane foronda 2013-2019