Elizabeth Hudson is an artist based in Glasgow.
Hudson was a founding member of curatorial collective VERBureau, with whom she exhibited work in ‘Penumbra’ at APT Gallery, London (2014) and co-curated the projects ‘The Gift, If There Is Any’ at Artlicks Weekend (2015), which was shortlisted for the Workweek Prize; ‘Who Owns The Cone?’ at Likky Ruph, Brooklyn, New York (2016) and ‘Pokey Hat’ at New Glasgow Society for Glasgow International (2016), for which she chaired the discussion ‘The Social Histories of Ice Cream and the Urban Environment’.
Her projects as a practitioner and curator have been featured in The Guardian, Frieze Magazine (Instagram), Glasgow City Arts, The Skinny, The Art Newspaper, South London Art Map, Artlyst, Amelia’s Magazine and Aesthetica (blog).
Glint, Glasgow Project Room, Trongate 103, Glasgow, 2017 // Supported by Scottish Sculpture Workshop residency
Logic may indeed be unshakeable, Intermedia, Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow, 2016 // Shortlisted for Watershed / Pervasive Media Studio Emerging Artist 2015
Power Cut, Bocs Celf, Caernarfon, 2015.
Beating the Bounds: Peripheries, Survival and the Commons, Nida Art Colony, Nida, Lithuania, 2018 // participatory performative lecture
Tilting at Windmills, Glasgow International, Glasgow, 2018
Free Movement, BE Festival, Birmingham, 2017
Keir Street Kitchen, Glasgow Open House Arts Festival, 2017
Costume and Song Joust, Supernormal Festival, 2015 // workshop and performance
Penumbra, A.P.T Gallery, London, 2014
My Head Is An Animal, South Square Gallery, Bradford, 2013 /14
Miniworks II, Schillerpalais, Berlin, 2011
Pokey Hat, New Glasgow Society, Glasgow International, 2016
Who Owns the Cone?, Likky Ruph, New York, 2016
The Gift, If There Is Any, Art Licks Weekend, London, 2015
Penumbra, APT Gallery, London, 2014
// all above with curatorial collective VERBureau //
Platform 7, Somewhereto_, Whitespace, Edinburgh and St George’s Hall, Liverpool, 2012
BA (Hons) Fine Art, Glasgow School of Art, 2009 – 2013 // exchange semester Universität der Künste, Berlin, 2011-12
© 2018 Elizabeth Hudson. All Rights Reserved.