Julia Chamberlain

Julia Chamberlain’s artwork is inspired by the physical qualities of light traveling through glass and the interface between people and objects. She received a BA from the University of Washington’s 3D4M (3-Dimensional Forum) Sculpture and Glass program and a BS in Human Centered Design & Engineering in 2015. Chamberlain was also selected as one of the recipients of the 2014 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award from the International Sculpture Center in Hamilton, New Jersey. She has spent time as a design intern at CoCo Communications, Accenture, and Infosys.

Lux Sit, 2014

Neon Tubes

Lux Sit consists of neon tubes attached to fifteen clustered trees in the grove adjacent to Cunningham Hall. This action brings light to a previously darkened place, highlights the existing unique environment, and changes the angle, color, diffusion, and placement of light within the space.

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