Julius Heinemann is a Berlin based artist whose practice is based on the study of the different layers of perception. He analyses how perception forms "images" –fragments of continuously updated information– with which we can deal with concepts such as time and space. Through all his body of work, he formally researches the preconceived ways to interpret abstract values such as scale, colour, shape, and light in order to redefine strategies to understand, from a subjective position, our relationship with what surrounds us. Heinemann studied at Folkwang University (Essen), HGB (Leipzig), Royal College of Art (London) and recently was a researcher at the Van Eyck Academy (Maastricht). Recent solo exhibitions include Proyectos Monclova, Mexico City 2019 and 2016; Jahn & Jahn, Munich, 2018; Vitrine/Kunsthalle São Paulo, São Paulo; 2015, Barcú, Bogotá, 2015; Galerie der HFBK, Hamburg, 2015.