Julian Weaver is an artist and researcher who works primarily with sound. His work is currently focussed on matter, substance and sensing in scientific and ecological imaginaries and fictions.
He is currently a recipient of a 'Creating Earth Futures' commission (with Jol Thomson) from the Centre for the Geohumanities, Royal Holloway University.
Recent works include Wet Sensing (Whitstable Biennale, 2018), Sound Little Island (La Rochelle, 2017), Fixed Air for Two Senses (Helsinki, 2017), Reading the Water (Lincoln, 2016) and Watery Notion (Cork, 2016).
He is also director of Finetuned, a company focusing on interdisciplinary research and curated projects that also provides consultative and technical services to artists and galleries, universities and industry.
Finetuned's clients in the arts include Semiconductor, Cabinet Gallery & CRiSAP (Creative Research into Sound Art Practice), University of the Arts, London.