2013 November

parliament square reconstruction

live studio

Images posted live onto instagram from the studio, receiving instant feed back. The audience, making the studio a live space, reducing the gap between making and process and showing.

ideas 2

ideas for experiments

Ideas for experiments is a project conceived by Artist Victoria Turnbull and Education officer Grey Vass at Camden Art Centre. Now in its fourth year I am now working with artist Rachael Champion investigating networks… In summer 2013 …Deconstructing a book to find out how it was made felt wrong (especially as it was Plato) […]


discarded view-research

Rubbish found in Parliament Square , turned into pinhole cameras, the plan to capture the squares discarded views.

how can art

how can art

A drop in workshop run in collaboration with Georgie Manly, investigating how art can do and be lots of different things, to lots of different people.



Continued professional development days for teachers working with pupils with special educational needs. At the tate the day was co-planned and led with Georgie Manly, it was workshop led , the activities provoking conversation and interaction and exchange between the participants. At Camden art Centre Georgie and  I led a workshop loosely based on the […]

project visible judith brocklehurst

project visible

Tate Modern 18-28th June 2013 project visible Tate Modern This work invites you to explore the gallery through a set of instructions and a paper bag. It was inspired by encountering the Pawel Althamer work FGF, Warsaw at Tate Modern with young people in my workshops, I began using the everyday object of the brown paper bag […]

judith brocklehurst


pinhole cameras, made, to investigate the in the privacy of the studio social media representations of Parliament square. the studio becomes the pinhole camera the phone the tiny aperture allowing the outside in to be captured reinterpreted and ant out again in a different form.

tate protest


Workshops for schools and teachers at Tate Modern and Tate Britain. Inflatable drawings inspired by Art Povera. Changed nody shapes to capture the projection in Lis Rhodes tanks installation. Tiny time capsules in the project space exhibition Ruins in Reverse. Protests against The Chapman family collection.



Different strands of practice coming together to investigate the pedagogic potential of Parliament Square. Churchill’s voice plays through a 1940′s newspaper. Materials are explored collaged, digital becomes analogue distorted and simplified.    

happy cups

happy medium

One week collaborative project Camden Arts Centre with Georgie Manly 2012.

sound machine

sound practice

Sound Projects: Three workshops based on the Haroon Mirza show at Camden Art Centre. more on The workshops led to further experimentation, making loud speakers from old newspaper.


Get the Message

Three years of workshops with special educational needs students, with Georgie Manly at Camden Art’s centre. The first year we worked along the theme of collaboration, building up ideas of what it is like to work on our own and as a group.  The following year we took experimentation as our theme, which allowed us to […]