Julia McInerney (b.1989, Adelaide) is an artist whose work explores the dialectic of interiority and exteriority occurring between the languages of text and forms. Recent exhibitions include: The Garden, ACE Open; Archipelago, Greenaway Art Gallery; Guirguis New Art Prize 2017, Post Office Gallery Ballarat, 2016 TarraWarra Biennial: Endless Circulation, TarraWarra Museum of Art, CACSA Contemporary 2015, Greenaway Art Gallery; Eden Eden Eden, MOP Projects; and
Daughters of Chaos, Deleuze Studies International Conference, Konstfack University College of Arts and Crafts. Selected solo exhibitions include: Nightlung, Constance ARI; The Animal, Bus Projects; and The Meadow, The Contemporary Art Space of South Australia Project Space. Julia has attended residencies at Youkobo Art Space, Tokyo; SIM (The Icelandic Association for Visual Arts), Reykjavik and Berlin; Fire Station Artists’ Studios,
Dublin; and Artspace, Sydney. In 2015 Julia was awarded the Ruth Tuck Scholarship for Visual Arts and The Adelaide Critics Circle Emerging Artist Award. Julia is currently studying a Master of Fine Arts by Research at Monash University.