“The world shows up for us — it is present in our thought and perception — but it doesn’t show up for free. The world is not simply available; it is achieved rather than given.”
Varieties of Presence, Alva Noë



“Working with glass to create objects and installations that encourage the audience to take stock in the everyday, Judith Roux works with careful and deliberate actions aiming to challenge on our usual ways of engaging with our surroundings. Each word, each step, carries its own weight offered to the audience to actively co-create a moment in time within her installations. Her work asks the audience to stop, take a breath, look a little bit closer to what at first appears to be a minimal gesture but in fact, is the entire world.”
text by Eloise Sweetman



    Photography by Patricia Sichmanova - Courtesy of S12 Galleri og Verksted
Photography by Patricia Sichmanova - Courtesy of S12 Galleri og Verksted





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