Alison Judd (lives Stirling, ON, Canada) holds an Interdisciplinary Diploma from the Ontario College of Art, Toronto, a BFA in Printmaking from Concordia University, Montreal and an MFA in Print Media from York University, Toronto. She has exhibited work in Canada, Cuba, Germany, Switzerland and the United States. She has been the recipient of awards and grants from the Canada Council for the Arts and Ontario Arts Council. Judd has been awarded residencies at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada; Druckwerk Printmaking Studio, Basel, Switzerland; Kloster Bentlage Cultural Centre, Rheine, Germany; and Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Yukon Territory, Canada. Judd is the Hexagon Special Projects Fellow at Open Studio in Toronto and Assistant Professor in the Printmaking & Publications Department at OCAD University in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Statement from the Artist:
Alison Judd’s practice is rooted in printmaking and the intersection of print, sculpture and language. She uses earthly phenomena to ruminate on transience, impermanence and loss as well as the slow accumulation and distillation of knowledge.