Ploughed Field. Bundaberg.
© Judith Duquemin 2018


Judith Duquemin was born in Brisbane, Queensland, the north eastern state of Australia. She grew up in the rural cane farming region of Bundaberg situated on the Coral Coast. Judith has a Doctor of Philosophy from the University of Sydney and has received numerous grants and awards including an Australia Council New Work Grant, an Australian Postgraduate Award, and the 2004 Fauvette Loureiro Memorial Travelling Artist Scholarship, the highest award given to Sydney College of the Arts graduates by the University of Sydney. Judith has conducted her artist research at national and international artist residencies, such as Artspace, Sydney, the Cité Internationale des Arts/Paris, the Briggait/Scotland, PAF/France, GlogauAir/Berlin, Red03/Barcelona, and Sincressis/Italy. She has staged numerous solo and group exhibitions in Australia, England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain since 1995. Her paintings are held in reputable collections of abstract geometric art. Judith was interviewed for the art documentary "Lignes et Paysages" produced by 60 Degrees Productions. It was screened on French national television in 2013. For the School of Psychology at UNSW, Sydney in 2017, Judith was commissioned to create geometric images as paintings and digital transfers titled: "Thirty Six", a largescale facade graphic, for the foyer of the UNSW Mathews Building. Her most recent exhibitions include: "Thought Form", Grey St. Gallery, Griffith University, Brisbane. AU'  "Geometry and Place"/Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery, AU, ''The Momentum", Angus Hughes Gallery London, UK; "Orthogonal 16" Varna & Sofia, BG. Her most recent curatorial project titled: 'International Concrete: An Exhibition of Multidisciplinary Concrete Art", was staged at Marcela Jardon Gallery, Barcelona, featuring poetry, painting, sound art, film, digital animation, and installation In 2019, Judith became an Associate Member of the Art Research Center, Kansas City Mo, USA. For more information about Judith's practice go to her interview with Charley Peters at Saturation Point (Editors Patrick Morrissey & Hanz Hancock), London or, contact Judith through this website. Expressions of interest by Australian and international curators welcomed.