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Burlington City Arts

Julie Ann Nagle

Julie Ann Nagle is a sculptor and installation artist living in New York City. Her work explores the origins and evolution of the materials and the social context of the very artwork she creates. At Seven Below, Julie used themes from agriculture, archeology, and anthropology as a model for a sculpture/photography project called “Consumption”, in which she ceremoniously served pig bones cast in sugar and cornmeal to a herd of pigs. The artifacts from the project, including a handmade sarcophagus, costumes, photographs and video, were later exhibited at the Henry Street Settlement in New York City.