AA2A Artist

Helen Judge

Year:
2018 - 19
Project summary:

I have a passion for experimental film and animation, anything involving the moving image. I work collaboratively and on individual projects across a variety of media including performance, sculpture, film and art happenings. Most of this work is documented in moving image projects.

In my latest work I have been using java script to make digital collages that move. I like experimenting with portrait photography and dissecting the glossy aesthetics of advertising, religious images and screen icons. For many years I used Flash and Action Script to make web animations but now, as web technologies have progressed I use java script and HTML5 Canvas to make interactive web animations and Net Art. Coding allows me to play with the nuts and bolts of how digital visual culture is delivered. At Cambridge School of Art, I can use specialist digital equipment used in some of the most outstanding web content and digital media.

The AA2A Program provides a chance to create a new moving image/experimental film project which could be developed through printed documentation and as an on-line Net Art project. This would allow me to develop my practice and experiment with different mediums, particularly the school’s specialist photographic, digital printing and audio equipment.  Digital technologies often involve a lot of hours solely in front of a computer, being amidst a community of creative people with a passion for the same medium is important for me. It’s a chance to share and display new experimental work with the students at Anglia Ruskin University and the public

Access to Cambridge School of Arts, equipment and facilities provides the opportunity to expand my practice and social network. Making new work through experimentation with new mediums in a creative community will be a real boost to my practice and increase my confidence in my area of expertise

I have a passion for experimental film and animation, anything involving the moving image. I work collaboratively and on individual projects across a variety of media including performance, sculpture, film and art happenings. Most of this work is documented in moving image projects.

In my latest work I have been using java script to make digital collages that move. I like experimenting with portrait photography and dissecting the glossy aesthetics of advertising, religious images and screen icons. For many years I used Flash and Action Script to make web animations but now, as web technologies have progressed I use java script and HTML5 Canvas to make interactive web animations and Net Art. Coding allows me to play with the nuts and bolts of how digital visual culture is delivered. At Cambridge School of Art, I can use specialist digital equipment used in some of the most outstanding web content and digital media.

The AA2A Program provides a chance to create a new moving image/experimental film project which could be developed through printed documentation and as an on-line Net Art project. This would allow me to develop my practice and experiment with different mediums, particularly the school’s specialist photographic, digital printing and audio equipment.  Digital technologies often involve a lot of hours solely in front of a computer, being amidst a community of creative people with a passion for the same medium is important for me. It’s a chance to share and display new experimental work with the students at Anglia Ruskin University and the public

Access to Cambridge School of Arts, equipment and facilities provides the opportunity to expand my practice and social network. Making new work through experimentation with new mediums in a creative community will be a real boost to my practice and increase my confidence in my area of expertise

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