Jude Crilly lives and works between London and Amsterdam. She works in open structure between installation, sound and performance.
Jude collaborates with Laura O’Neill on Treatment Of Dead Enemies, and runs the curatorial project Half A Dozen Projects.
In my RCA degree installation, 'flu, consists of a three-tiered sound installation embedded into scaffolding and large aluminium casts. In a deranged future, with natural resources exhausted and our contemporary world existing simply as fossils, a tortoise races through a virtual cityscape by night, trying to keep up with his nemesis, the naked hare.
School of Humanities
MA Sculpture, 2015
- BA Graphic Design, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, 2010
- Selected Exhibitions: I’M OK, YOU’RE OK, Camden Art Centre, London (Treatment Of Dead Enemies, with Laura O’Neill); SWEATPANTS ARE A SIGN OF DEFEAT, Function Room, London; “The Weekend Away”, Fez, Morocco; SALUTE, Five Years Gallery, London (Treatment Of Dead Enemies, with Laura O’Neill); Cream'd, Chisenhale Studios, London; BALTIC 39 FIGURE 2, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Newcastle (with Laura O’Neill & Natalie Price-Hafslund); swig th neck (film screening), Camden Art Centre, London; Social Bodies, St Mary’s Island, live action role play, (Treatment Of Dead Enemies, with Laura O’Neill); N2, Platform Gallery, London; Flux, Alserkal Avenue, Dubai; Beat The Yolks, Part 1, Part 2 & Part 3, London (solo performance); Dread Talk, Q Gallery, Copenhagen (solo performance); You Can’t Shake the Cheddar At Me, Farringdon Factory, London (solo)
- Rupert Artist Residency, Vilnius, Lithuania, November—December 2015