Julia Horbaschk is a photographer and transnational project coordinator/ curator.
Published work includes: BBC World, Marie Claire, Location Location Location,
Wavelength magazine, Hotshoe International, British Journal of Photography.
Commissions include: Magnum Photos Interviews: Alec Soth, Chris Steele-Perkins
& Rupert Grey for Ideas Tap, Morley College Renaissance and Brighton’s Big Screen.
Julia has delivered workshops and talks in HE, FE, Adult Ed, community groups
and gallery settings including: Morley College, London Metropolitan University,
City of Westminster College, Bhasvic College, Brighton & Hove Museum,
Brighton Digital Festival, Montefiore Hospital Hove.
Julia has a keen interest in installation/collage, public space, memory,
architecture and transnational identity.
Her work has been shown in galleries and Photo Festivals including
Brighton Photo Fringe (UK), Ningbo Photo Festival (China),
Goethe Institute (London UK), CNova Edinburgh (UK),
Jerwood Space London (UK), Brighton Media Centre,
Hastings ArtsForum and more.
Julia is a Disability Arts and Outsider Art advocate.
MA International Photojournalism
PGCE, Institute of Education (UCL)
BA Hons Editorial Photography (Brighton)
Born 1976, Münsingen, near Stuttgart (Germany).
Currently resides in South East England.