Julia Drouhin (she/her, VK7HAG) amplifies invisible sound streams that reveal friction in sociality via radioscape, installation or collaborative performance.
She was part of the Instrument Builder Project (IBP5) engaging artists from Australia and the Asia-Pacific curated by Contemporary Art Tasmania, Volcanic Winds and Liquid Architecture for Mona Foma 2021.
She undertook a mentorship at the Structures Sonores et Cristal Baschet supported by the Australia Council for the Arts at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris (France) in 2019 to study water-based instruments made primarily for autistic children.
She was one recipient of 2019 Australia Art Orchestra residency creative music intensive, 2020 Tone List Sounding Together, Tankwa Artscape residency 2019 (South Africa), Contemporary Art Tasmania studio 2019 and Situate Art Lab 2016 that supported a street sound walk commission by Vrystaat Festival (South Africa) in 2018: Altitude Immersive Radio.
Her curatorial project Sisters Akousmatica with Phillipa Stafford was awarded the 2017 CBAA Excellence in Music Programming award with 3CR.
Julia completed her Ph.D. about the art of walking and broadcast impact in public space in Paris 8 (France) in 2011 before living in lutruwita/Tasmania, where she currently works for artists with disabilities at Mosaic and Second Echo Ensemble.