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Judith Dean

Senior Lecturer in Fine Art


Select All (Placemats 1 and 2)
Digital Artefact
Dean, J. (2016). Select All (Placemats 1 and 2)

2 A4 laminated drawings, ink on paper, 2016; installation with Little Sod, a bronze sculpture, c. 22 x 14 x 9cm, 2006. Exhibited in Buffet d'Art, Meinblau Projektraum, Berlin, 2016.

Nosejob
Digital Artefact
Dean, J. (2015). Nosejob

Ink, digital prints, ply, 42 x 29.7cm, 2015. Exhibited in '25', University of Westminster, London, 2015

Fish Spy
Digital Artefact
Dean, J. (2016). Fish Spy

Digital laminate prints, 51 x 21 x 5cm, 2016.

Living in the Gesamtkunstwerk
Digital Artefact
Dean, J. Living in the Gesamtkunstwerk

A performance / lecture delivered as a powerpoint presentation, through which the everyday was posited as a Gesamtkunstwerk. C. 22 minutes.

Guide to Powerstock Common
Physical Artefact
Dean, J., Chodzko, A., Lucas, A., & Best, A. (2012). Guide to Powerstock Common

Judith Dean was commissioned in 2011-12 to develop a year-long collaborative art project in relation to Powerstock Common, Dorset, a designated SSSI and AONB, for the project Road for the Future, curated by Anna Best. It was funded by the National Lo... Read More about Guide to Powerstock Common.

Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover
Digital Artefact
Dean, J. Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover

3 photographic drawings were exhibited from an extensive series entitled Rome (wasn’t) built in a day. In all cases images were gleaned from the internet and collaged together by computer, to create drawings that speculate on ideas of building / crea... Read More about Rome (wasn’t) built in a day, at The Walls in Three Places, Charlton Art Centre, Dover.

Investment
Exhibition / Performance
Dean, J. Investment. (Unpublished)

Investment is a silver cast of a (cancelled) credit card in my name, signed on the back either by the wax maker, the foundry director, or myself. Both sides of the piece must be visible to the viewer, preferably by picking it up.

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