Judit Bodor



Judit Bodor

Job title

Baxter Fellow in Curatorial Practice, University of Dundee


Judit Bodor is a curator and creative producer based in Glasgow.

She studied Art History at Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest, Arts Management at Dartington College of Arts, University of Plymouth and gained her practice-led PhD in curating through an AHRC-funded collaborative doctoral award between Theatre, Film and Television Studies at Aberystwyth University and National Museum Wales, Cardiff.

Since 2000 she has been working independently as well as with artist-led organisations including Artpool, Budapest; East Street Arts, Leeds and WAVEparticle, Glasgow. Alongside her professional career, she has held various academic positions since 2005 including Programme Leader, MA Curating at Dartington College of Arts, Creative Fellow in Teaching and Learning at York St John University, Tutor at MLitt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) at The Glasgow School of Art and MFA Fine Art at Cardiff College of Art & Design.

She is interested in the curatorial as a collaborative mode of cultural production and the histories and practices of counter-cultural practices and time-based art. Her most recent curatorial projects include Alastair MacLennan: LIM(I)NAL (online exhibition, 2020), No such permanence, only becoming (Festival of Ephemeral Art, Sokołowsko, Poland, 2019) The Happenstance (representing Scotland at the 16th Architectural Biennale, 2018), Left Performance Histories (NGbK, Berlin 2018). She works with artists Emma Bolland and Tom Rodgers as co-founder/editors of Gordian Projects since 2014 and publishes her research regularly in collaboration with artist Roddy Hunter.

She is currently a Baxter Fellow in Curatorial Practice (Teaching & Research) at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, University of Dundee. Her current RSE-funded research project Curating Living Archives is developed with Adam Lockhart around curatorial approaches to materially and conceptually complex post-1960s artist archives.



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