Judith White


Water in urban environments continues to be a central theme; it’s passage and containment controlled and modified by walls and buildings.
Water is often tamed and serves a practical purpose as in a protecting moat or can be directed by the concrete edge of a stormwater creek

Causeways and moats reflect and suggest ancient urban landscapes outside the edge of the canvas space while the passage of a canal through an ancient town can appear to map the density of old buildings.

Beaver Galleries, Canberra
12 - 29 April 2018


Harbour: Water in the Urban Environment

Water in landscape has been a recurring theme for Judith and this show highlights it's interaction with the landmarks and infrastructure of working harbour and ports, evoking the energy, life and beauty of a working harbour, while observing the passage and containment of water within, around and in relationship with built structures.

Wagner Contemporary, Sydney
4-23 August 2018