Julian Feeld is a visual artist working primarily with film, video and photography; as well as a fiction author. He was born in Uruguay and is of Swiss Nationality. He currently lives and works in the city of Los Angeles.


SOIL (feature film, 2015) - Official Selection at Tokyo Liftoff, Beverly Hills Film Festival
Into Death (documentary in production)

Even the Red Heron (novel, 2014)
And We Came to Find It Beautiful (novella, 2015)
Fire Hides Everywhere (novel, set for publication through Zero Books in 2017)

Visual Art
Them (photo series, 2013)
The Slap (16mm film, 2013)
La Forêt (photo series, 2014)
Le Chien de Mathilde Cherche à Mourir (16mm film, 2014)
We Will Be Connecting (film - photo - installation, 2015)
Matter Pattern (video, 2015)
DTLA Restoration Tapes (video, 2016)
Kerri Strug (video - photo - installation, 2016)
Spend Time, Pay Attention (16mm film, 2016)


Alexandre Mimikaki, “Queer as Pop”, Magic RPM Magazine, April 2010
Violaine Schutz, “A Suivre”, Tsugi Magazine, June 2010
Celine Puertas, “Serial Noceurs”, Télérama Magazine, October 2010
Louis-Henri de la Rochefoucauld, “Qui C’est, Celui La?”, Technikart Magazine, October 2010
Celine Puertas, “Debonton”, Dazed Digital: Satellite Voices, March 2011, link
Guido Romero Pierini, “Video du Jour”, Boum Bang, November 2012, link
Guido Romero Pierini, “Image du Jour”, Boum Bang, May 2014, link
Morgan Chebourg, “Julian Feeld”, Ça J’aime Bien, May 2014, link
Hubert Arrata, “La Forêt by Julian Feeld”, Black Rainbow, May 2014, link
Melissa Unger, “Psych Out: Julian Feeld”, Seymour Magazine, May 2014, link
François Chevalier, “L’Étrange Safari de Julian Feeld”, Street-Tease Magazine, June 2014, link
Alice Brace, "Q&A with Julian Feeld", Holborn Magazine, December 2014, link
Jean-Paul Gavard-Perret, "Julian Feeld : Forêt des songes," Salon Littéraire, January 2015, link
Carolin Vona, "Julian Feeld," AFM, January 2015, link
Peter Nidzgorski, "Into the Forest," This Isn't Happiness, January 2015, link
Bastien Stisi, "Julian Feeld: La Nature, l'Homme, l'Osmose," Boum Bang Magazine, January 2015, link
Clemens Poloczek, "La Forêt by Julian Feeld," IGNANT, January 2015, link
Hayley Evans, "Photographer Julian Feeld’s Cryptic and Visceral Images", January 2015, link
Constance Delamarre, "Interview de Julian Feeld, un artiste à la recherche du réel", Toute La Culture, April 2015, link
Oliver Kupper, "Watch 'Spend Time, Pay Attention' by Julian Feeld", Autre Magazine, December 2016 link



100 most influential people under 40 in France, Technikart Magazine
100 most influential people under 40 in France, Technikart Magazine
Top 10 photographers of the year, Street-Tease Magazine



Group Exhibition, Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Solo Exhibition, Bistro des Artistes, Paris, France
Commissioned Solo Exhibition, Pagoeta Natural Park, Basque Country
Group Exhibition, Ounouh Art Gallery, L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, France
Performance: “My Own Personal Waterloo”, Theatre La Cible, Paris, France
Performance: “Uneasy”, Theatre So Gymnase, Paris, France
Group Exhibition, "The And" @ CP5, Paris, France
Screening of "SOIL" @ Shakirail, Paris, France
Screening of "SOIL" @ Tokyo Liftoff Film Festival, Bevery Hills Film Festival


Bachelor of Arts in Film & Literature - University of British Columbia