November 2018

Pupi Videodrome at Antonio Pasqualino International Puppet Museum, Palermo

Curated by Rosario Perricone, Pupi Videodrome brought together a selection of international artists in a multimedia exhibition set up at the Antonio Pasqualino International Puppet Museum. The exhibition was inaugurated as part of the XLIII Festival of Morgana.

The exhibition featured a unique installation of Cowan’s film ‘The Palace of Raw Dreams,’ re-projected back into the very same theatre it had originally been filmed in. The resultant re-staging released the film back into its conditions of production, generating a meta-commentary on film and performance and friction between testimonial and invention. The work was originally shown at Canary Wharf in 2012.

14—19 April 2015
Milano Design Week

May—June 2015
EXPO, Milan

Green Island: Urban Hives 2015, initiative founded by aMAZElab, Art, Culture, Landscape, explores biodiversity in 21st century Europe, through the creative lens of artistic research and display that promotes awareness and eco-friendly practices within the urban context.

Commissioned international artists are invited to create new forms and visions for “Urban Hives”. Projects will be realized as installations and displays included in Milano Design Week 2015, an international cultural expo of exhibitions, events, and activities.

Artists include: Judith Cowan (UK), Atelier Van Lieshout (NL), Lois Weinberger (A), Igor Sovilj (BiH), CRTLzak (ITA), Nadim Karam (LB), Ton Matton (NL), Katia Loher (CH), Simone Berti (ITA), Polonca Lovsin (SVN), Driant Zaneli (AL), BeeCollective (NL), Daniel Gonzales (MEX), Paul Clemence (USA).

October—December 2014

/seconds. at Sharjah Art Foundation

Curated by Peter Lewis, Sharjah Art Foundation presents a selection of artists’ works from the online journal /seconds. (2004-2014), which covers a broad range of issues and art practices from different cultural perspectives. Works on display include installations, interactive performance, video, photography and commissioned posters.

The opening will include a unique screening of Judith Cowan’s film, Angelica, and a performance by French artist and singer Fabienne Aud‌éoud.