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Read, Yellow, Green
Camping Project
Cardboard Photobooth
Cut Pieces
On Photographing Breasts
Constraints Series
Tissue Blowing Project
Border Flying Project
As the Earth Turns
Companions of my Imagination
Flying Project

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Can Art be Humble?
I am English, I am English
Blow - A Conversation
Teaching Video Art as a Second - Language

Curatorial Projects

Air Travel at Corridor 2122
Consuelo Jimenez Underwood at Conley Art Gallery, Fresno
Bay Area Book Artists at the Olive Hyde Gallery in Fremont
Book Arts Jam years 1 & 2

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FLYING PROJECT - 1995/2001

Approximately 200 pictures were taken over a five year period on around twenty-five flights - the photographs were taken using an interval timer so I was unprepared for the photograph. In this way I hoped to show the discomfort I feel about flying. The Flying Book is shaped like an airline ticket booklet (remember those) and contains images from 10 flights with the images laid out to reflect the 3 seats on an airplane. Text on the first page reads: When the 'plane takes off - the muscles in my cheeks begin to rise up to my eyeballs causing my eyes to close - my head to roll back -- and I am only able to breathe by pressing my stomach with both hands. Below are a couple of pages from the Flying Project Book.

Flying project

Image from Flying Book - by Julia Bradshaw

images from flying project

Image from Flying Book by Julia Bradshaw

Preview the 'Flying' book from Julia Bradshaw on Vimeo.

This book was accepted into the Getty Research Library Collection in 2008.