Julian is a curator, researcher and writer based in Amsterdam.

Programmer at Film Festival Locarno and International Film Festival Rotterdam.
Research Fellow at the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media, University of Westminster


Film Festival Locarno (7-17 August)
Animistic Apparatus (19-28 April) [assistant to project by May Adadol Ingawanij]
Animistic Apparatus at Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival (19-22 September)

'Performance in Print: Channeling Tōmatsu Shōmei’s NO.541’ for Photography & Culture, July 2018 [journal article; co-written with Jelena Stojkovic]
'Rebellion of the Body: Hijikata Tatsumi, Performance Documentation and Japanese Experimental Film' in Federico Windhausen (ed.), A Companion to Experimental Film [book chapter; writer]
’America, America, America: Japanese artists in the United States in the Sixties and Seventies’ in Shanay Jhaveri (ed.), America: Films from Elsewhere [book chapter; writer]
'Japanese Artists' Film in 1968-69' in Jasia Reichardt (ed.), Fluorescent Chrysanthemum Revisited. Exh. Cat. Laznia Center for Contemporary Art [article; writer]
’(Reopening) the Open Frame’ in Film in the Present Tense: Why can’t we stop talking about analogue film? (Archive Books) [book chapter; co-written with Anja Dornieden and Juan David Gonzáles]
’Interview with Lukas Marxt’ in Lukas Marxt: From Light to Cold (VfmK) [exhibition catalogue; interviewer]

Asian Cinema: Time, History and Memory (x2 classes) - MA Film, Television and Moving Image at University of Westminster
MA Moving Image (x1 class) at MA Moving Image at Royal College of Art
MA Film Programming (x2 classes) at University of Reading (co-convenor)
MA Artists' Film & Moving Image at Goldsmiths, University of London (x1 tutorial session)
MA Film - Artistic Research in and through cinema at Nederlands Filmacademie (x1 class and x1 external examiner)

Future Leaders 2019 - programming and curating by Screen International
Visions Sud Est jury at Vision du Reel (10-12 April)
HBF selection committee (Bright Future) Spring 2019