Maumaus Lecture Series
Judith Barry: Artist talk
09.02.2010 | 17h00
(Museu Berardo, Meeting point: Foyer)
Judith Barry is an artist and writer whose work crosses a number of
disciplines: performance, installation, sculpture, architecture, photography
and new media. She has exhibited internationally at such venues as the
Berlin Biennale, Venice Biennale of Art/Architecture, São Paulo Biennale,
Nagoya Biennale, Carnegie International, Whitney Biennale, and Australian
Biennale, among others.
In 2000 she won the Kiesler Prize for Architecture and the Arts, and in 2001
she was awarded "Best Pavilion" at the Cairo Biennale. Public Fantasy, a
collection of Barry’s essays, was published by the ICA in London (1991).
Recent publications include Projections: mise en abyme (1997), the catalogue
for The Study for the Mirror and Garden in Granada, Spain (2003) and the
exhibition catalogue Body Without Limits in Salamanca, Spain (2009).
She has taught and lectured extensively in the USA, Japan, and Europe.
Recent full-time teaching positions include the VAP department at MIT in
Boston (2002–2003) and the Merz Akademie in Stuttgart, Germany (2003–2004).
In 2008, a survey of her work began at the Domus Artium in Salamanca, Spain
and is opening on February 8, 2010 at the Berardo Museum in Lisbon,
Judith Barry lectured on the Maumaus Independent Study Programme during the
2008/09 academic year, hosted by the Maumaus Residency Programme.
Lecture open to all current Independent Study Programme participants.
Non-participants are requested to confirm their attendance by email or phone.