Julia Clouser is a multidisciplinary artist who works with photography, text, and
video to explore themes of perception, memory, and place. She is best known for using imagery appropriated from her grandfather’s 8mm films shot in Florida
throughout the 1960s and 70s; these films were shot on a camera that unexpectedly exposed the film outside of its standardized frame, creating moments existing only in the film’s margins. Julia’s approach to the materiality of images questions how we perceive or fail to perceive moments in their natural context.