Adrià Julià (1974, Spain) lives and works in Los Angeles. Julià’s practice engages with concepts of memory, resistance, displacement, survival and erosion. His videos, photographs and sculptural installations reconsider the limits of performance by setting history off against the present and examining the possible readings and interpretations of histories and societies. Julià’s most recent solo exhibitions include Dan Gunn (Berlin, Germany), Project Art Centre (Dublin, Ireland) and Museo Tamayo (Mexico City, Mexico). Julià has participated in group exhibitions at the Museum of Art (Seoul, South Korea), Lyon Biennale (France) and the Generali Foundation (Vienna, Austria), and in 2002 he was awarded the Altadis Prize.