Laura Hudson is an artist, curator and writer.
• BA (Hons) Environmental Art, Glasgow School of Art
• PG Dip Film & VIdeo, Central St. Martins School of Art, London
Laura specialised in cinematography and expanded cinema and her work and collaborations were exhibited widely. Her interest in alternative moving image developed into a career curating film and new media arts. As a curator and Arts Development Manager she worked for a number of organisations including: Women in Profile Glasgow, Exploding Cinema London, London Filmmakers Co-op (LUX) London, Cinenova Feminist Film Distribution London, Arts Council of England London, and FluxIT multi-media Agency, France.
It wasn’t until 2012 that she returned to England and finally to her own art practice. Trained in environmental art, moving image and digital technologies her early work took the form of interventions, site specific works and film installation while her more recent work focuses on the connections between the moving image and the traditional trilogy of drawing, painting and printmaking. She has a particular interest in hand-worked materials, transparencies and pigments taken from the earth.
She is currently printmaker in residence at Plymouth College of Art