Judy Rabinowitz Price

Judy Rabinowitz Price is a London based artist and filmmaker. She is interested in how art produces different ways of thinking about contested sites and engages with collective struggles. Her practice is research-based and includes photography, moving image and sound, composed as single-screen works and multiscreen installations. Price often draws on images and sounds from archival sources as well as the sustained study of a place or space through networks, collaborations and activism. Palestine was an enduring focus of her work between 2004-2017.  Her single screen film White Oil (2017) explores the quarries in the Occupied Palestinian Territories to unfold narratives around colonialism, expropriation of land and mobility through the day-to-day lives of the quarry owners, workers and security guards and has screened extensively.    Price’s work has been shown internationally.  Solo exhibitions include: Stanley Picker Gallery, London; Mosaic Rooms, London; Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London;  Wingsford Arts, Suffolk, Stiftelsen 3,14 and USF Centre, Bergen, Norway. Group exhibitions and screenings include: Qattan foundation, Ramallah, Palestinian Film Week, Cinema Akil, Dubai, Delfina Foundation, Imperial War Museum, Barbican, Curzon Cinema Soho, Curzon Cinema Goldsmiths, ICA, Whitechapel Gallery, City Hall, Purcell Rooms at Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, Tatton Biennale, Manchester, Cambridge Film festival and Tent Gallery, Edinburgh, Galerie Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Montreal, Kunshaus Cinema, Nürnberg, Ken Saro-Wiwa Foundation, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre, Birzeit University Museum, Riwaq, Centre for Architectural Conservation Ramallah, Campus in Camps, Dheisheh Refugee Camp and Dar Annadwa Cultural Centre, Bethlehem and Al- Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art, Jerusalem amongst others.   Judy Rabinowitz Price studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design London, the Royal College of Art, London and completed a PhD in Fine Art in 2014 at the University of Creative Arts, UK. She is course leader Photography (MA), Kingston University and senior lecturer in Moving Image (BA), University of Brighton. From 2008-2014 she was a visiting lecturer at the International Academy of Art, Palestine where she initiated a series of student exchange programs between Palestine and UK institutions.