JULIE RRAP’s 360 Degree Self-Portrait has been reviewed by Amelia Jones in Art and Australia, Vol 49, No. 3, Autumn 2012. This work won the 2009 University of Queensland National Artists' Self-Portrait Prize and was exhibited at the Gyeonggi Museum of Art in 2010 in an exhibition titled The Trickster, curated by Victoria Lynn. 360 Degree Self-Portrait will also be included in the MCA re-opening on the 29 March.
JULIE RRAP's work will also be included in a touring exhibition titled, Light Sensitive Material: Works from the Verghis Collection in 2012 and 2013. Light Sensitive Material: Works from the Verghis Collection is a curated selection of works that all either directly reference light or explore the concept of light in alternate forms and processes, thus relating to the exhibition’s title. Mediums included in the exhibition range from digital and photographic prints to video works, neon text and light installations.