I’ve seen the Future, Baby – Limited Edition (5) Giclée Print
The girl in I've seen the Future, Baby bears a harangued look. She moves in a cartoon world of horrors, where bones have lips and even tears are black. This is perhaps not surprising - the piece was Inspired by the 2019 collapse of the UK socialist project and the defeat of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
In a world beset by conspiracy theory, where Hollywood Horror poses as reality and real world horror for entertainment - Judi wanted to draw something that was not pretty.
Or perhaps something that transformed real world horror into bubblegum. "As ever, the process is, in itself, a meditation. I emerge cleaner, always," says Judi.
- Limited edition (5) Giclée print
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She has an avid collector base from the feminist-centred and invite-only parties that Judi curates. Her work is often confrontational, and her erotic work has seen her banned from Amazon and, at times, from Facebook.
“I do political art, I get banned from Amazon for my erotic colouring books, and my facebook gets shut down because there are nipples, so it’s not without confrontation.”
She’s regularly commissioned for individual portraits, and for her intimate, often erotic works.
A willingness to confront injustice has run through Judi’s life. South African-born, as a student, Judi was often arrested as part of the anti-aparteid movement in South Africa, prior to the release of Nelson Mandela.
Today the fetish scene of her home town in Brighton, UK, feeds into her art. “As a feminist, I find the whole fetish thing very interesting territory. I absolutely believe that the people have the strength to be revolting if they wanted to. I’m all for civil disobedience.”
“I find the human body beautiful,” says Judi, “in all its complexity, intricacy and mess. The human body one of the most stunning, organic machines in existence.”