Thursday, 31 July 2014

Ward 402 - Organic Scorch - Tree Hospital installation by Jude Cowan Montague, Rebecca Feiner and Charlotte Squire

 

 

Picture by Mandy Prowse.



Audio performance with Steve Moyes and opening performance with Charlotte Squire, Rebecca Feiner and Jude Cowan Montague





 

Pictures by Calum F. Kerr
 
@ the Shuffle Festival
Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park

Friday, 11 July 2014

Big Deal No. 6 'The River' improvised installation

Improvised installation using low tech materials and print offcuts
'The River'
by Jude Cowan Montague
at Big Deal No. 6

Experimental Ceramics - The Kitchen Window Gallery - photos










 
Thank you to Daniel Lehan for the photos
Thank you to the artist Calum F. Kerr who appears with me here outside the Kitchen Gallery Window
Thank you Josee and Daniel
thank you kitchen windowsills and all
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'The River' - experimental installation at Big Deal, 10th - 25th July











 
A melancholy sculpture/installation improvised in situ.
Ghost children, lost in the stream of life, struggling for air, eyes red with what they see.
The stream of life and death,blood red.
Frail tissue bodies, the wire - umbilical cord, river.
The black animal souls soaring.
The rivers of the East End, the river Lee
The old hospitals, the streets, the arteries of London.
Memories, grief for my mother and her sadnesses
The washing of lives.
 

Big Deal No. 6 Private View, Cos Chapman and Jude Cowan Montague performing



sketch by Andrew Stys

Wednesday, 9 July 2014

EXPERIMENTAL CERAMICS at The Kitchen Window Gallery - 29 June to 25 July

The Kitchen Window Gallery
EXPERIMENTAL CERAMICS
29 June to 25 July


Works created in the Camberwell School of Art ceramics studio. Some of these have been weathered (even broken) in Jude's house and garden over the last two years and reassembled for the exhibition. 

Jude is a media historian in early British silent film and works as a media archivist for international news at ITN Source on the Reuters collection. Jude curates a show on Resonance FM which engages with
culture and current affairs.

She is a published poet and improvising musician/composer. Her prints are held in several private and educational collections, and she is a member of the Hall Writers Forum (Oxford University)
and the LOOP artists group.