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The Redress series is a personal journey in which repeated motifs are explored, expanded and obliterated. Each incarnation responds to something identified as current or urgent and continues an interest in repetitive tasks as a means for transformation and transcendence. It is a ritual that helps bring a personal sense of recalibration and accountability to larger complex issues . Key to this series is the incorporation of personal signature items and latin phrases used to punctuate ideas. The latin language is deliberately chosen for several reasons, least of all its associations to power structures. The performance accumulates traces and remains as an installation.

Performer, devisor, installation: Julie Vulcan


“…I was captured like a rabbit in headlights…Vulcan’s absolute commitment made the room like a church, alive with contemplation and shared grace.”

Celebrating the body: plasticity and mutation – Kathryn Kelly Realtime 116




2014 Redress #8 multum in parvo
SASA Art Projects
Phnom Penh Cambodia
December 2014
2014 Redress #7 ad nauseum
Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival
Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery
Chicago USA
June 2014
2013 Redress#6 hinc illae lacrimae
Exist-ence 5 International Festival and Symposia of Live Art Performance Art Action Art
QUT Project Gallery
Brisbane Australia
June 2013
2012 Redress#5 corrigenda
Dimanche Rouge #21 Melbourne Sydney Paris
Alaska Projects
Sydney Australia
November 2012
2011 Redress#4 vestibulum arcu
Qubit – Contemporary Performance Event
The Anteroom Art Space
Dunedin New Zealand
October 2011
2011 Redress#3 justitia
Studio 14 Performance Residency
Fraser St Studios
Sydney Australia
2009 Redress#2 ubi sunt qui nos fuerunt
Un/disclosed Project
November 2009
2009 Redress#1 ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt
Un/disclosed Project
August 2009