Photographic Projects

Yellow Circles
Read, Yellow, Green
Camping Project
Cardboard Photobooth
Cut Pieces
On Photographing Breasts
Constraints Series
Tissue Blowing Project
Border Flying Project
As the Earth Turns
Companions of my Imagination
Flying Project

Video Projects

Can Art be Humble?
I am English, I am English
Blow - A Conversation
Teaching Video Art as a Second - Language

Curatorial Projects

Air Travel at Corridor 2122
Consuelo Jimenez Underwood at Conley Art Gallery, Fresno
Bay Area Book Artists at the Olive Hyde Gallery in Fremont
Book Arts Jam years 1 & 2

Other Projects

Cardboard Photo Booth
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With a respectful nod to the Maintenance Art of Mierle Laderman Ukeles and Zhan Wang’s Ruin Cleaning Project, 1994, in this satirical video project ‘the artist’ contemplates whether art (or artists) can be humble given this current climate of art as a consumer product. This project critiques the system of art production and dissemination.

In the video the narrator reflects on whether an artist who works in a more humble approach in remote places can remain humble when there is a need to work with the art distribution system. As the ‘artist’ works on her humble project she is visited by the archetypal ‘curator’.

The video is 6 minutes, 30 seconds long.

video stills from can art be humble project

Can Art be Humble? from Julia Bradshaw on Vimeo.