"My background in physics and the research I participated in, allowed me to catch a glimpse of just how bizarre and strange the nature of reality really is."
Born in 1970, Julian Voss Andreae understands, unlike hardly any artist, how to capture the interaction between humans and their environment; thus making the subjective view of reality visible and tangible. His sculptures created from plates of metals are as simple as they are complex. From one perspective, they appear as human figures. From another perspective, they seem to disappear before the eyes of the viewer and reveal the reality of their surroundings. This magical interplay forms a constant shift between what we think we see and what is actually seen.
Julian Voss-Andreae is internationally known for his unique sculptures that blend art and science. His works are shown at art fairs and galleries worldwide and are included in major collections in the U.S. and Europe, as well as in Asia, Africa and Australia. Voss-Andreae was born and raised in Hamburg, Germany, but studied physics and philosophy in Berlin and Edinburg under Nobel price awarded Anton Zeilinger. Afterward, to study fine arts, he moved to Portland, USA, where he now lives and works. His profound knowledge and great passion for science and philosophy are a constant source of inspiration for his artistic work in which the unique symbiosis of said disciplines is evident. Through his innovative creations, Julian Voss-Andreae invites art collectors and enthusiasts to explore the fascinating intersection of art, science, and perception.
"BENEATH REALITY"Solo exhibition by Julian Voss-Andreae 25 Aug - 15 Oct 2022IMPULSE GALLERY is honoured to present Julian Voss-Andreae's first solo exhibition in Switzerland featuring 10 new sculptures both indoor at Impulse Gallery and outdoor at the Grand Hotel National and...Read more
"THE SENTINEL OF LIGHT"Impulse Gallery x Bürgenstock Resorts 1 Oct 2021 - 1 Oct 2022IMPULSE GALLERY is honored to bring three of Julian Voss-Andreae's sculptures for the first time to Lucerne, Switzerland . Two of the sculptures, Sentinel of Light and Sitting Man, are...Read more