Julian Wild is interested in the idea of the indeterminate in relation to three-dimensional form. He explores the semiotics of materials that he uses which includes glass, ceramics, polished and painted stainless steel. His work considers the relationship between colour and sculpture, paying homage to modernist sculpture of the 1960s such as Anthony Caro's colour series.
“…whether it’s a leaf in autumn or the bright colour of an azalea flower, you can find every colour in nature.”
Julian Wild (b. 1973, UK) studied BA Fine Art Sculpture at Kingston University (1992-1995). Recent exhibitions include: Janus,Said Business School, University of Oxford (2019); Make-Shift, William Benington Gallery, London (2016); Kaleidoscope, curated by Dominic Beattie, Fold Gallery, London (2016); Stripping the Willow, The Lobby, One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London, curated by Ann Elliott (2015); The Island, William Benington Gallery, London (2014). Recent public commissions include: Scribble Form, large outdoor commission for Canary Wharf (2020); Fear of Geometry (Wallflower) for Lightbox, Woking (2020); Stripping The Willow 4, large outdoor commission for Cate Blanchet (2019); Indeterminate System, Sir George Iacobescu, CEO Canary Wharf Group (2018); Origin, large public sculpture in Oxford, commissioned by the Li Ka Shing Big Data Institute and the University of Oxford (2017).