Judy Price (born 1967, London, Britain) is an artist working with moving image and photography. Her practice is research based, often involving extensive field research where she explores sites and locations that are interweaved and striated by a multiple histories, economies and forces. A focus of her practice for many years has been Israel and Palestine exploring how art can create new perceptions of the experiences of individuals and cultures. Not least, through film’s capacity to draw out the displacements and disappearances of a people elided by other discourses, as well as arts’ effectiveness and relevance to collective struggles.
Recent exhibitions and screenings include, Grand Parade Gallery, University of Brighton, USF Centre Bergen, Norway, Imperial War Museum, Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art Gallery, London, Unscene, London Jewish Cultural Centre, London, Spacemakers, Edinburgh College of Art, Tent Gallery, Cambridge Film festival, Cinema Palestine, Lumen Screening, Leeds, These Are The Times: The Image On The Threshold, London Birkbeck Cinema, Tatton Biennale Screenings, Manchester, Jerusalem Show, Al-Ma'mal Foundation for Contemporary Art, Jerusalem, Chisenhale Biennale, ICA, London among others. In 2013 White Oil was screened at the Kunshaus Cinema, Nürnberg, Germany and Palestinian Film Festival, Barbican, London.
Price is a senior lecturer in moving image at the University of Brighton and visiting lecturer at the International Academy of Arts, Palestine and has initiated a series of student exchange programs between the two institutions. Other appointments have included guest professor at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste Nürnberg in 2013 and associate Professor at Bergen National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway from 2007-2008. Price received a BA in Critical Fine Art Practice at University of the Arts in 1995 studied and an MA in photography at the Royal College of Art, London in 1999. She was Associate Post-Grad Researcher in Media Arts Philosophy and Practice at Greenwich University in 2006 and from 2008-2010 Cocheme Fellow and associate artist at University of the Arts. Her practice-based PhD at the University of Creative Arts focuses on the quarries in the Occupied Palestinian Territories.