Juliet Sugg is a multidisciplinary artist who works in variety of mediums to create, disquiet, deceptively pretty imagery in the form of illustrative and immersive art.
Based in London she has exhibited internationally for a number of different organisations, events and festivals such as Whitechapel Gallery, Southbank Centre, Hornsey Town Hall Arts Centre, Royal Vauxhall Tavern and Bootstrap as well as continuing to sell her work privately.
Often combing drawing, performance and installation art, her practice challenges boundaries of visual narrative and traditional perceptions of the female protagonist. Confessional, sometimes difficult, subject matter, are wrapped inside sugary aesthetics, questioning the role of voyeur and gendered stereotype whilst simultaneously carving out space for catharsis.
Interested in themes such as transgression, the gaze, confessional art, trauma, body and folk horror, female hysteria and the monstrous feminine, she is also a postgraduate lecturer and Course Leader of MA Illustration & Visual Media at London College of Communication for University of the Arts London.
For more information a CV is available on request.
If you are interested in buying work, collaboration, workshops/lectures or simply curious about her practice/research she is always happy to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org