Julia Davis is a Sydney based artist whose site-specific work explores the perceptions of, and relationships between, objects, places and spaces. Her questions revolve around how  these perceptions underpin our sense of self as well as the idea that landscape is cultural space - a space formed by and informing culture. 

Over the past decade Davis' work has been installed in salt lakes, deserts, coastal precincts and parklands as well as within galleries and the built environment. Her recent work explores the viewer's experiential reading of space as well as ideas of temporality and duration.