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Trembling Bog

Alison Judd Trembling Bog

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For her exhibition Trembling Bog Judd looked to Sifton Bog in London, Ontario, as a means of addressing broad implications of our methods of understanding and our relationships with nature. Influenced in part by her uncle, Dr. William W. Judd, a biologist that worked to preserve Sifton Bog, Judd traverses ways of knowing and practices of recording that are conventionally associated with scientific investigation. Through her intensive study and intimate relationship with the bog, Judd brings together the scientific and creative, the analytic and poetic to reflect upon the lived experience of the place. Through large woodblock printed “Core Samples” and her installation of typed and drawn “Field Notes”, Judd reveals complex notions of duality, simultaneity, accumulation, and fragility that articulate a concise and thoughtful poiesis.

Alison Judd is a visual artist currently living in Guelph, Ontario. She holds a Diploma in Interdisciplinary Studies from the Ontario College of Art and Design, a BFA in Print Media from Concordia University, and recently completed her MFA in Print Media at York University. Her installation and print works have been exhibited in solo shows at the Print Studio in Hamilton and Open Studio in Toronto. Group exhibitions include Kloster Bentlage, Rheine, Germany and Marian Graves Mugar Art gallery in New Hampshire. She is currently working as Technical Director at the Print Studio in Hamilton, Ontario.

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