Julia Reodica has been an interdisciplinary artist since the early 1990's. She has performed, produced, and managed works in graphics, commercial media, live performance, and multi-media, along with talent and studio management. She was part of the pioneering field of biological based art. Internationally she has exhibited work and lectured. Selected works are featured in this section.
"Plan 10 From Outer Space... With Gorillas" (2017).
Directed/Written by John Marble
Julia Reodica as Co-Producer, Kanamit the Alien
Aliens return to earth nearly 60 years after the (true) events depicted in Ed Wood's classic film Plan 9 From Outer Space. A sci-fi musical comedy documentary stage play. Ann Gora Productions was a collaboration between Foul is Fair and GuignolFest Productions.
Episode 2: "The Stars Are Weird"
Directed by Dylan Hillerman
Written, Produced, Edited by Dylan Hillerman & Julia Reodica
MOVIE IN PRODUCTION
Episode 1: "Pickman's Muse"
MOVIE IN PRODUCTION
"The Devil's Lettuce" (2018)
Directed by Casey Siegel
Written by Aaron Wagner
Produced by Aaron Wagner & Casey Siegel
Julia Reodica: Visual Effects, "Weirdo #2"
Directed by Charles Perry
Co-Directed by Aaron Wagner
Written by Richie Stratton & Aaron Wagner
Produced by Richie Stratton, Aaron Wagner & Joe Leonetti
Julia Reodica: "Homeless #1"
Katherina Audley: Writer, Director, Producer, Camera
Julia Reodica: Actor, Interviewee
Short video about three women who discuss the pressure to attain certain life goals within their self-imposed time frames.
“My cells are in the sculptures because I wanted myself to be new art media"
"In each sculpture, my DNA is a personal signature. Replacement hymens confront cultural and traditional functions of the thin membrane. The act of reproducing my vaginal cells gestures toward the one-time occurrence and breakage of the biologically virginal hymen. The hymen is neither inside nor outside the vaginal canal. In philosophy, “hymen” is a stance in between two discursive positions, without tendency to one side. In biological and philosophical modalities, I am, like the hymen, in between the artistic and scientific disciplines. The resulting art pieces are a conjuration of new symbols to encourage discussion about scientific research and body politics.”
Candy Curtains is a collaborative project between female artists Julia Reodica & Jessie Blanchard. Having worked in special effects makeup and sculpture, they have expanded their art practice to body/life casting and candy making.
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