11 October – 30 November 2013
Wednesday – Saturday, 11am–5pm
Exhibition Preview: Friday 11 October, 6-8pm
Judith Dean’s work is concerned with ideas of territory and claiming, value and exchange.
Phase 4 makes use of Beaconsfield’s entire site to present an installation – produced “all at the push of a button” – that reflects on the ubiquity of imagery in a digital age.
Previous works have conflated the epic and the everyday in a variety of forms – installations, objects, videos and performances. In 2005 Judith Dean was the winner of the Jerwood Sculpture Prize. Since May 2013 she has been in residence with Beaconsfield. Working in the expansive spaces of Beaconsfield, is in Dean’s words, “like being allowed to fly”.
During her Beaconsfield residency Dean has revisited, reconfigured and reconstituted certain earlier works, moving into a new methodology, and now presents genuine artifice for the real world.
Click here to view more images of the exhibition on the artist’s website.
Phase 4 events:
Friday 25 October 6-8pm: Judith Dean in the context of The Big Draw
Saturday 9 November at 4pm: Judith Dean pitches an informal discussion around her show
Friday 29 November 6-8pm: Mary George shapes up the Art World with The Cult of the Endorphin
Click here to download a press release for this project
Click here to download Naomi Siderfin’s essay Judith Dean: Phase 4
Click here to read Cicely Farrer’s review of the exhibition for this is tomorrow
Image: Judith Dean, Ode to the Shrunken Head of Sculpture, 2013, detail, image courtesy the artist and Beaconsfield