Juli Majer is a visual artist from Vancouver whose practice comprises drawing, ceramics, sculpture, installation, performance, comics, and publishing. Majer conveys psychological and emotional states, which she often mediates through narrative and symbolist imagery of myth and mysticism. Teetering on the precipice of a dense and opaque wormhole, Majer pursues visceral abstractions, inarticulate textures, and peculiar somatic modes of existence.

Titled Science Fiction and the Other, Majer’s fellowship project will convene a series of public readings, studies, and screenings at Pollyanna 圖書館 Library.

Majer is a fellow of Notes on Permanent Education (N.O.P.E. 2017), a collective research program convened by 221A Librarian Vincent TaoN.O.P.E. 2017 inaugurates the organization’s new fellowship model and its primary support, Pollyanna 圖書館 Library.