In its april/may edition 2017, the french magazine “Vivre Côté Paris” dedicates an article on the artistic work of Julie Yülle. An opportunity to discover her studio and her inspirations. Extracts.
With a graphic narrative and tentacular expression, stimulated by an inspired imaginary world, Julie Yülle plants the old charm of relics which appear to have come from the Americas (…). “I like the idea of a popular Paris. A bucolic Paris, simple as a bad weed. I have been always driven by the desired improbable encounter between two very different ideas. This is what I created a vase made of textile, this is also what leads me to mix styles and periods.” And if you ask her about the choice of paper cutting, she explains : “I felt like taking magazine pages, folding them in their center before cutting them. Like the stains of the Rorschach test. I had imagined that process to go back to my instincts and improvisation”.
To discover the full article : http://www.cotemaison.fr/cote-paris/
Journalist : Caroline Clavier / Photographer : Nicolas Millet