Artist in England, United Kingdom
"Largely autobiographical, Julien describes her images as ‘autoportraits’ in which the camera is the tool used for negotiating ‘society and its spaces’, an experience central to the formation of subjectivity.
She explores bodily awareness and its relationship with differing environments through the medium of photography"
Negotiating interiority: narratives of displacement and belonging in the autoportraits of Lydia Maria Julien.
Riches, Harriet (2013) Biography, Identity and the Modern Interior. Edited by Penny Sparke and Anne Massey (Radical Theologies)