Jennifer Dudley
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Jennifer Dudley is a curator, art historian, lecturer, and a current PhD candidate, funded by Coventry University.  Her doctoral research is focused on women’s sculptural practices in Britain between 1977 and 1990, recognising the ongoing contribution of women to an ever-expanding field.

Particular ares of interest include: contemporary sculpture and installation artwork, accessible exhibition design, the participatory museum and feminist art histories.

PhD Project

Mutability, Materiality and Meaning in Abstract Sculpture Made by Women

Through this research project I am surveying sculptural artworks produced by women in Britain between 1977 and 1990. With a particular focus on unusual sculptural materials, the processes of making and ephemeral artworks, I'll be exploring whether or not there exists a gendered aesthetic of making. I'll be further exploring any institutionalised gender-bias within the British art world and there will be a focus on group exhibitions of women's sculptural practice in Britain in this period.

Education/Academic qualification

Curating, MA, University of the West of England

Award Date: 2 Feb 2016

History of Art, Degree, University of Bristol

Award Date: 28 Jun 2013


  • NB Sculpture
  • women's art


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