Julius von Bismarck
His works has roots in the traditional art that relates aesthetics and science. Julius uses objects, machines (already existent or created), living bodies as mediums through which he research and reales himself to the surroundings. Moving from rural to urban environments, always having a focus on the ‘nature’ of the place. His interventions go from performances or temporary installations using energies in from of light, movement and sounds. The Fulgurator project have received the Prix Ars Electronica award. He has participate in the Festival Trasmediale and exhibited in the Kunstencentrum Leuven, la galería Alexander Levy, Palazzo Cavour, Winzavod Centre for Contemporary Art, Neue Nationalgalerie, Marlborough Gallery among other venues.