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Dark Energy Survey

19 September 2020

The Dark Energy Survey, The Story of a Cosmological Experiment has been published by World Scientific.
Chapter 25 of this book includes Artists' Reflections. As Jane Grisewood and Judy Goldhill were invited  to the launch of the Dark Energy Survey in Chile,  their work and thoughts have been included.







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ALIVE in LOCKDOWN

14 May 2020

Exactly this time last year, co-curators Caroline Wiseman and David Baldry presented 28 artists over 28 days from 8 May - 4 June 2019 at the Palazzo Pesaro Papafava expressing how it feels to be alive in the universe as part of ALIVE in the UNIVERSE at the Venice Biennale.  Now, a year later they have rephrased the question , how does it feel to be alive in lockdown? 



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Royal Photographic Society

30 April 2020

The RPS Contemporary Group Journal has published an eight page spread on the exhibition Travelling Companions. The show is currently in lockdown at the Alison Richard Building, Cambridge. Hopefully it will be opened soon for viewing.

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Twitter

25 March 2020

Cambridge Science Festival has tweeted the show Travelling Companions

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Artist's Talk

18 March 2020

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED IN LINE WITH GOVERNMENT GUIDELINES


Judy Goldhill and Fay Ballard will be at the Alison Richard Building to talk about their current exhibiton in Cambridge, Travelling Companions. 3.pm. All are welcome.

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Travelling Companions

5 March 2020

 

The exhibition Travelling Companions has been conceived by curator and academic, Ro Spankie, in collaboration with  Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill. 
The exhibition builds on the success of Breathe held at the Freud Museum London in 2018 and conversations triggered by the objects on Sigmund Freud’s desk. Both artists have been investigating memory, home, spirit of place, and the role of evocative objects in people’s lives. Fay draws the belongings she retrieved from her father’s house after his death. Judy photographs the night skies, together with, the massive observatories and telescopes that allow us to look beyond this world.

 



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