Caroline Wiseman Modern & Contemporary
Judy Goldhill Equivalents, Suffolk
Judy Goldhill

Equivelants, Suffolk
420x594 cm

£550 Non Vattable

Received directly from the artist 

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Artist's Biography

Judy Goldhill has been inovled in the creative use of photography as a meduim for artistic exspression for several decades. Having completed a BA in Fine Art she went on to be picture Editor of the British Journal of Photography and co-editor of Creative Camera. Subsequently, following a career as a photojournalist, she graduated from Central Saint Martins with a Masters in Fine Art in 2007.

Goldhill's practice uses photography and the moving image to reiterate the elemental and to explore indexical imprints in the landscape, which has promtped a shift to explore the wider universe and reconnect to the human dimensions. She is absorbed in the observation and interpretation of the extremes: light/dark; visible/invisible; micro/macro, using vestiges of the sublime in the natural world to connect to a disclosure of the enormity of the universe. 

Her recent exhibtions include 'Breathe' at the Freud Museum, London, that examined early parental loss and 'Travelling Companions' at ARB, University of Cambridge. Her artist's books have been acquired by numerous collections, including Tate, V&A, The New York Public Library and MACBA. Her complete collection was acquired by The British Library for its Contemporary British Published Collections.