Julia Dudkowiak's works captures the relationship between the object, space and body in order to explore feelings and personal experiences. The artist plays with space and objects by creating bizarre sculptures and performances with body that seems to be absent, becoming part of the set. These dreams like images capture the body present in space, yet contrastingly talk about the idea of absence, and being away from home. As a Polish artist living in another country, she captures the idea of dislocation. Ordinary bed becomes a poetic space and sleep, becomes a metaphor for this condition of being out of place.
Emily Clemson • Philip Curnow • Nicola Dellard-Lyle • Julia Dudkowiak • James Head • Beverley Isaac • Aidan Mayne • Kate Mercer • Jason Peck • Sue Anne Phelan • Matt Simmons • Hannah Winston •