Thursday 14 June, 6 pm
Refreshments available from 5:40 pm
Queen's Building, College Road Campus, Hereford College of Arts, HR1 1EB
Meadow Arts and Hereford College of Arts present a talk at the College Road Campus with contemporary artist Harminder Judge, who will discuss his fascinating and varied art practice and his experiences since graduating.
Harminder Judge is an artist with a diverse creative practice encompassing performance, installation, digital print and laser animation. His influences are vast and varied and include religious iconography and occultism, Indian culture and popular Western culture.
Judge was the winner of the 2011 Arts Foundation Fellowship Award in Performance and Live Art and toured his performance installation The Modes of Al-Ikseer nationally and to critical acclaim. His exhibition, 'In this strange house...' at the New Art Gallery Walsall was inspired by the writings of Edward Bulwer-Lytton, most notably his archetypal ghost story 'The Haunted and the Haunters'. Judge was commissioned by Meadow Arts to create Bilocation, a film exploring India and the UK, for the ‘Shakti’ exhibition at Kedleston Hall in 2013.
Image: Harminder Judge with Bilocation at Kedleston Hall. Photo by Chas Breton.