Judith Dean was commissioned by the directors of Beaconsfield, London, to undertake a 6 month public facing residency, culminating in a venue-wide one-person exhibition. This was funded by the Arts Council.
Dean began the residency employing past work as material, through which she revisited, reconfigured and reconstituted earlier works. This ultimately led to the development of a new methodology, employing copyright free images taken from the web, her own image bank, and / or new, specifically taken images. Everything was considered to be already an image, including the walls of the gallery which became giant computer screens, within which the viewer could enter. Concerned with ideas of the epic and the everyday, parody and cliché.