Recent & Selected Projects


In the Future Perfect


Julian and Jol Thomson have been commissioned by The Royal Holloway Centre for the GeoHumanities to research a new work with the theme of Creating Earth Futures.

In the Future Perfect aims at a polyvalent understanding of what fusion energy, a theoretically clean and unlimited energy source, could mean for the future global environment and economy.

Read the first blog post from the project on geohumanitiesforum.org

Water Bodies

Julian is presenting Wet Sensing: three waterings for mouth, hand, ear as part of the Water Bodies' Evolutionary Curriculum at Whitstable Biennale 2018 Festival.


Fort Process Commission

Julian has been commissioned to create a new installation by Fort Process.

The work proposes a new defensive imaginary for Newhaven Fort; one in which it can monitor sonic events across the locale, where its provision for coastal auditon could play an role alongside the National Costalwatch; which rose to fill the gap left by the ‘rationalisation and modernisation’ of the Coastguard.

As Eisenhower once said, “the uninspected deteriorates”...

For the Vinyl Art Project, Julian will be performing a new live work: Je T'aime Moi Non Plus: entrelacé 

Je T'aime Moi Non Plus: entrelacé pays tribute to the lurid dysphemism of Gainsbourg's most famous song. Through the euphemism of the locked groove it tries to recreate the "kind of terrible copulation" that Gainsbourg later sought to avoid.