Judy-Ann Moule

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Moule judy ann heaviness of distance
Kandos RSC Club


Born Taree, NSW 1954 Background as an Occupational therapist, working in dysfunction Undertook undergrad and postgraduate studies in Fine Arts at Queensland University of Technology 2005 – 2012 DFA at National Arts School, Darlinghurst 2019 – 2022 Currently living in rural NSW, with my husband, 20 cows, 3 chickens and dog Louie. My work has been exhibited in both solo and collaborative exhibitions internationally and nationally. Most recently .. 2025 selected to exhibit at WAYOUT, Kandos in 2025 Until we are all equal, collaborative exhibition. 2024 Factory 49 a tribute, Articulate project space, Sydney 2023 Heaviness of Distance performance, NERAM, Armidale selected into Emanate, NERAM, Armidale
Collaborative exhibition Badlands, Articulate Gallery, Sydney 2022 Solo exhibition just enough II, Rayner Hoff Gallery, NAS, Sydney 2021 Solo exhibition just enough I, Rayner Hoff Gallery, NAS, Sydney Heaviness of Distance, Articulate project space, Sydney


I am a multidisciplinary artist who completed a Doctor of Fine Arts degree, at the National Arts School, in 2022. This practice-based research considered how a contemporary visual arts practice, focused on the original concept of dis/touch, could advance discourse around sexual violence and other abuses of power. Since completing the DFA I have moved to regional Armidale where I work between ‘the stables’ and an old shearing shed; a space for collaboration and experimentation.

In my feminist-based practice I work across disciplines using installation, sculpture, and photography to develop insights into emotions, relationships, and our place in the world. Works are diverse in scale and materials. Currently I am transforming abject materials eg. hair, teeth, and discarded everyday objects into awkward and eerie assemblages. I mean to unsettle. Tapping into the inherent and implicit materiality of these part-objects I aim to stimulate a visceral reaction in the viewer, to provoke discussion.

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