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The Universe vibrates at different frequencies, some of which we as humans are able to attune to. These sounds of differing frequencies created by the strings length are also relevant in my work as sound has a physical impact on our world creating harmonic patterns to take us to a cosmic symphony of exploration and discovery.
Thread Portals are created by cyclical divisions of twelve showing correspondences with the zodiac, months, seasons, hours, minutes, octave, angles etc. Thread Portals are harmonically proportioned as is always found in the rhythm of the universe. The colours and mood of Thread Portals constantly morphs depending on the light conditions.


A picture of Julio Campos outside the gallery
Collective exhibition Mile End Art Pavilion, London Oct 2013.
The Other Art Fair, The Old Truman Brewery, London Oct 2013.
Kinetica Museum, East London Design Show, London Dec 2013.
Project Space, The Affordable Art Fair, London March 2014.
LBA Contemporary Art Collection Auction, London April 2014.
Group Show CONNECTIONS, Notting hill, London May 2014.
Group Show OBSESSION: Love, Ritual, London June 2014.

Conference ‘Cosi in Cielo, come in Terra’, Sala dei Chierici,
Genoa June 2014.

HILANDERA, G3 depot, 11 Gayfield Square,
Edinburgh October 2014.
Solo exhibition HALO MEDITERRANEO, Me Terramar Hotel,
Sitges, Barcelona October 2018.

Solo exhibition  HILANDO FINO 2012 - 2022
a 10 year retrospective of Thread Portal works.

    Casa de las Artes, Laguna de Duero,
Valladolid 29 April - 30 May 2022.

    Ermita del Humilladero,
Valladolid 1 - 30 May 2022.

    Fundació Ave Maria,
Sitges, Barcelona 4 - 20 June 2022.


In January 2013 commissioned by a luxury Swiss brand, Davidoff to create an original artwork for their product marketing campaign.

In April 2015 Claridges, London acquired 5 Thread Portals artworks for their newly renovated suites, design by David Linley interiors.

2013 to present, Private sales to collectors in Dubai, London, Madrid and Scandinavia.


WOW World Of Wearable Art finalist, second runner-up
Reflective surfaces section, Wellington New Zealand Sep 2018.
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