'Celestial Light & Monstrous Races' at Tate Liverpool

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The work 'Celestial Light & Monstrous Races' a 4min looped analogue video work from 1985 will be showing on monitor in the gallery at Tate Liverpool for the show  'Keywords: Art, Culture and Society in 1980s Britain'. which opens on the 28th February 2014.

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Kati Thandi (Lake Eyre) Australia

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Lake Eyre from the air – where salt meets the sky.

Late October 2013.

Just back from a five-day trip to the outback in Australia, where the primary intention was

to visit and film at Belt Bay, Lake Eyre, for a forthcoming work that features 5 specific

locations around the world.

The trip was made possible by the invitation of the University of South Australia,

who invited me to Adelaide to examine the MA exhibition of a student there. 

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Judith Goddard shortlisted for the Max Mara Womens Art Prize 2014

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The artists were selected for the prize by a judging panel chaired by Iwona Blazwick OBE,

Director of the Whitechapel Gallery. The panel included Pilar Corrias, Director of Pilar Corrias

Gallery, London; Candida Gertler, Founder and Director, Outset Contemporary Art Fund; Runa

Islam, artist and Lisa Le Feuvre, Writer, Curator and Head of Sculpture Studies, Henry Moore



The Max Mara Art Prize for Women was established in 2005 to promote and nurture female

artists based in the United Kingdom. The winning artist is awarded a six-month Italian residency

and the time and space to develop their work in an inspirational new environment, followed by

major solo exhibitions at both the Whitechapel Gallery in London and Collezione Maramotti in

Reggio Emilia, Italy.

Judith Goddard awarded the Joanna Drew Travel Bursary 2012

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Traveling to Norway & Scotland, now in production.

Administered by the Elephant Trust, the Joanna Drew Travel Bursary was set up to provide a bursary each year to enable an artist or someone involved professionally in the visual arts to broaden their experience through travel, without restriction as to age or nationality.