Judy Radul’s latest works, involve an original computer controlled system for live and pre-recorded video. Her practice also includes sculpture, photography, writing and performance. Her large-scale media installation World Rehearsal Court (2009) has been shown in Vancouver, Vienna, Seoul, and Oslo. Related to this project, with Marit Paasche she co-edited a book of collected essays and images A Thousand Eyes: Media Technology, Law and Aesthetics (Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2011). Recent exhibitions include Bienal de Nicaragua, 2016; Agnes Etherington Art Centre, 2015; Berlin Biennale 8, 2014; DAAD Galerie, 2013.
Upcoming in 2017 she has a solo exhibition at Witte de With, Rotterdam (opening February 9), participation in Contour Biennale of Moving Image, Mechelen, Belgium (March), and a version of World Rehearsal Court will show in Moscow through the VAC foundation in March.
Radul has a B.A. in Fine and Performing Arts from Simon Fraser University and a MFA in Visual and Media Arts from Bard College, New York. She is represented by Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Vancouver and teaches at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver.