Julia Koreman (they/them) was born and raised in Chicago, IL. Their studio practice explores the economy of form and rules of mathematics through wooden collapsible sculptures. Their work questions associations between Western masculinity, genius, and mathematic and aesthetic perfection.
They are a current MFA student at the University of Chicago and received a BA in Chemistry and Studio Art from Kalamazoo College. Julia recently completed a residency at ACRE and is a participant artist in the Bridge Program at Hyde Park Art Center. They are also a board member for LOCUS gallery in Chicago.