Julian Lass

In K— there was a sanatorium on top of a hill that in many respects resembled a castle. At this frightful place, reachable only by a narrow walkway, students could attend courses and obtain practical experience. In one of these buildings there was an astonishing collection of art which the unwilling inhabitants of this place had made. This archive touched the young man of this story very deeply and he sought to understand these flashes of genius, and to inquire into the vague and perilous territory on the borders of insanity. Only much later was he to discover certain techniques which helped him to advance into this no-man's land.

Julian Lass is doing a PhD at the Royal College of Art.
M.A. in Literature in English (First Class Hons. and Class Medal for highest marks), University of Edinburgh
M.A. in Documentary Photography (Distinction), LCC, UAL, London
FdA in Photography, University of the Arts at Bournemouth, UK.