Working across a range of media including photography, collage, and video, Julie Sando manipulates and defamiliarizes found imagery.
Her recent projects (he called me his) Fully Transistorized Baby and Frequency Feels were created around collections of 45 rpm soul recordings and amateur radio enthusiast magazines. Other projects include a photographic study of Windsor / Detroit massage parlour windows in Best Sensuous Hands.
She is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Creative Arts at the University of Windsor who has received awards for teaching and service. Her research has been funded by the Ontario Arts Council and her published works have appeared in West Coast Line, The Windsor Review and Canadian Art.
Her work has been shown across Canada and in the United States at: Artcite Inc. Art Gallery of Windsor (Windsor, ON), Thames Art Gallery (Chatham), Museum London (London, ON), Oakland University (Pontiac, MI), Detroit Artists Market (Detroit, MI), Art Metropole (Toronto, ON), Ottawa Art Gallery (Ottawa, ON), Kenderdine Art Gallery (Saskatoon, SK), Center A (Vancouver, BC).