Danielle Julian Norton

Fine Arts

Battelle Room 204
United States

Danielle Julian Norton, Full Professor, at Columbus College of Art & Design in Fine Arts Danielle is a visual artist working in multi-media installations, as well as video, sculpture, and photography. Her multimedia works that examine the structures and conditions that shape our perceptions, beliefs, and experience. Often working collaboratively Danielle mixes materials and techniques to emphasize tension, contrast, and humor as key aspects of her politically minded practice. Feeling patriarchal fatigue and looking for new/old ways of healing of being while exploring and dismantling power structures. She has received an Ohio Arts Council creativity grant and Greater Columbus Arts Council Germany exchange grant. Her residencies include Headlands Center for the Arts, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Danielle Julian Norton’s work has been exhibited nationally, including at the Midwest Museum of American Art, and Columbus Museum of Art, Cleveland MOCA, Wexner Center for the Arts, Cynthia Reeves NY, Founder of ZippityDirtDada, and reviews in the Boston Globe and Sculpture magazine. BFA in fine arts, CCAD, 1999; MFA in ceramics & sculpture, University of Notre Dame, 2002. Online. Daniellejuliannorton.net