Julie Tremblay scraps of tin-plated steel sheet metal into sculpted art. In spite of their heavy-metal “soul” her faceless figures are floating in the air resting on the floor. Her choice of materials refers to the cellular structures not only of the human body but also of the cosmos. “The pieces are so light, I feel like air is as much a material as the metal. It’s both the negative and positive spaces that make the sculpture,” – says Tremblay. Born in Quebec City, Canada in 1972. Currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.