The ISC Welcomes New Board Member, Julian Voss-Andreae
Friday, March 20, 2020
The International Sculpture Center Welcomes New Board Member, Julian Voss-Andreae
The International Sculpture Center (ISC), a global nonprofit arts service organization, announced the addition of Julian Voss-Andreae to the ISC Board of Trustees.
Julian Voss-Andreae, a German sculptor based in Portland, Oregon, is widely known for his striking large-scale public and private commissions often blending figurative sculpture with scientific insights into the nature of reality. His sculptures are frequently shown at international art fairs and galleries and can be found in major collections in North America, Asia, Europe, Africa, and Australia. Voss-Andreae’s work has been featured in print and broadcast media worldwide and videos of his sculpture have gone viral with tens of millions of views.
Prior to his art career, Julian Voss-Andreae studied quantum physics and philosophy at the Universities of Berlin and Edinburgh and did his graduate research participating in a seminal experiment in foundational quantum physics at one of the world’s most prestigious physics research labs at the University of Vienna. His expertise in diverse fields of science and a deep passion for the mysteries of quantum physics have been a continual source of inspiration for his work.
Johannah Hutchison, Executive Director of the International Sculpture Center says, “Voss-Andreae’s knowledge of combining science and sculpture is greatly welcome at the ISC. His connections both nationally & internationally will make him a wonderful addition. We are excited to have Julian join the Board of Trustees.”
Voss-Andreae is welcomed by ISC’s Board leadership members Robert Duncan (Chair) of Duncan Aviation, Doug Schatz (Secretary) of SUNY Potsdam, George Tobolowsky (Treasurer), renowned sculptor, and 19 other dedicated members of the ISC governing body, eager to champion the ISC mission, oversee ISC activities, and ensure that the organization is well-equipped to fulfill its mission.
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