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Ms Judith Goddard
Slade School of Fine Art
Gower Street
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  • Lecturer
  • The Slade School of Fine Art
  • Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Research Summary

Known primarily for her work in video, both single- and multi-screen video installation, Judith Goddard also works with the still and printed image. Her work has been described as on-screen attempts to visualise concepts through images of external objects and events that by a process of manipulation of time and the moving image (editing, use of sound etc.) also become metaphors for internal states. She describes her current work as 'Tragic Collage'.

Recent shows include A Century of Artists' Film in Britain, Tate Britain, 2003; Collage, Bloomberg Space, 2004; Wonderings, Great Eastern Street, London, 2005; Cross Town Traffic, New Delhi, 2005 and Analogue, Tate Britain, 2006. More recent screenings include the South London Gallery, 2007 and AV 08 Newcastle.

Her early work was archived by the analogue archive Rewind, Scotland in 2008 and is due to be archived by the British Film Institute. The first video work Goddard ever made is included in a DVD of early British video produced by the Lux in 2009 and will be shown in Art Now: Lightbox: Artists' Flm and Video Programme at Tate Britain, May 2010.

01-OCT-1992 Lecturer Slade UCL, United Kingdom
Academic Background
1983   Master of Arts Royal College of Art
1979   Bachelor of Arts University of Reading
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