Julia Scott Green is a visual artist and educator based in Meanjin (Brisbane), Australia. She studied photographic art practice at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University, graduating with Honours in 2012. Green is a founding member of QLD based artist run initiative, VERGE Collective, and works in both academic and professional roles within the tertiary sector.

Green’s practice responds to the evolution of imaging technologies and their role in creating the ‘second’ virtual world. Taking cues from magic tricks and altered-states of consciousness, Green conjures the spooky vitality of cameras and code to transform earthly forms into pictorial speculations.   

In doing so, her work riffs off the increasingly porous boundary between ‘fact’ and ‘fiction’; ‘organic’ and ‘synthetic’; ‘real’ and ‘virtual’ under hypermediated conditions. To this end, Green points to a larger story about the contemporary ubiquity of machines and the accelerating verisimilitude of the digital environment.

You can contact her here or follow her on IG


FOR / AGAINST - Wreckers Art Space, 28 August - 11 September

Selected Past Exhibitions / Projects:

2021  Play Ground - Project Gallery, QCA, Brisbane AU
2021  Re-Group (Artist Residency) - Metro Arts (Ferryman’s Hut), Brisbane AU
2021  Sunny Side Up (Brisbane City Council) - Irish Lane, Brisbane AU
2020 Optimistically Omnivorous - Onespace Gallery, Brisbane AU
2020 Femme (VERGE Collective) - CameraPro, Brisbane AU

2019 Margins - Webb Gallery, Queensland College of Art, Brisbane AU

2019 Fragile Constellations - The Burman Kitchen, Sydney AU

2018 Super Natural (VERGE Collective) - Vacant Assembly, Brisbane AU
2018 No Clique - Bib ’N’ Brace, Brisbane AU

2018 SCROLL - STABLE Artspace, Brisbane AU

2018 Passage - The Sunroom Art Space, Winnipeg, CA

2018 BROWNIE, Shanghai, China

2018 Depth Of Field (VERGE Collective) - Boonah Uniting Church, Scenic Rim  

2017 Cycle 10 Showcase - House Conspiracy, Brisbane AU

2016 Home 2 (BARI Festival) - Brisbane AU

Teaching Appointments:

2020 Queensland College of Art, Griffith University

2019  Queensland College of Art, Griffith
2019  Creative Industries Faculty, QUT

2018  School of Communication and Arts, UQ

2017  School of Communication and Arts, UQ

2016  School of Communication and Arts, UQ


2021  The Future is Cancelled: James Hornsby’s Visual Meldown - Exhibition Essay, Onespace Gallery


2020 A ( ) Zine - pseudonaja.group

2018 The Conspirator - House Conspiracy