Assemblage, Reel, and Interference are three films, lasting 23 minutes total, produced by Judy in 2008. All three films utilize footage from the Imperial War Museum. The films were used as part of the 2008 Jerusalem Show: Walks in the City.
Judy Price is a London based artist who works with video, sound, photography and installation. Her practice often explores how power manipulates loss for its own end and decides whose loss is valid, how it is negotiated and from what perspective loss is seen and acted on.
She studied Critical Fine Art Practice at Central St Martins School of Art and Design, London from 1992- 1995 and Fine Art Photography at the Royal College of Art, London from 1997-1999 and Associate Post-Grad Research, Media Arts Philosophy & Practice Greenwich University, London from 2005-2006. She has taught photography and video at London College of Communications, University of the Arts, Kingston University, London, Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University and University of Gloucestershire. In 2006 she was a mentor and residency coordinator for artists using digital media at B3 Media, London. She is currently a Visiting Lecturer in Video & Photography at Bergen National Academy of the Arts, Bergen, Norway.
In 2004 Price co-curated ‘The Well’, a group exhibition around loss at Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Arts, London and edited and published “NGC 4038-39’, bookwork by Jo Wood.From January 2006 - Sept 2007 Judy Price was artist in residence at the London Jewish Cultural Centre working with their film archive. She was also curator for part of the British Council’s Film Festival in Israel around the British Mandate in Palestine. The film festival took place in January 2008 in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and Nazareth and marked the 60th anniversary of Israel and the Naqba.
In May 2008 she had a solo exhibition, Within this Narrow Strip of Land, at Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art Gallery, London,a culmination of 3 years research and filming in Israel and Palestine. In parallel to this exhibition Reel and Assemblage, two works which re-appropriate archival material from the British Mandate in Palestine period, were screened at the Imperial War Museum, London.