In his artistic practice, Julian integrates principles of musical composition into visual art, using his understanding of harmony, rhythm, and melody to shape his pieces. His work often explores balance and contrast, akin to a well-composed piece of music where each note and rest is deliberate. The texture and lines in his art evoke tactile and auditory sensations, creating a multisensory experience for viewers.

Born in Johannesburg in 1989, Julian Brink is a South African composer and artist now living in Brooklyn. He holds a master's degree in film scoring from Berklee College of Music and is a self-taught visual artist. His body of work represents an intrinsic dialogue between music and art, exploring their differences and similarities.

Julian's creations operate on multiple sensory levels. While music and art may serve similar purposes, ask the same questions, and meet the same human needs, his work uniquely intertwines these disciplines. Inspired by analogies of space, balance, texture, and line, he creates dynamic sensory experiences that invite viewers to engage visually and emotionally.