Judy Radul is an internationally acclaimed mid-career artist who was born in Lillooet, British Columbia. Her interdisciplinary practice has recently focused on video installation but also includes sculpture, photography, performance, and mixed-media installations. Her latest works involve an original computer-controlled system for live and pre-recorded video. Her practice explores received practices of looking, perceiving, performance and documentation. Her work Look. Look Away. Look Back was shown in the Berlin Biennale 8 (2014). Her large-scale media installation World Rehearsal Court (2009) has been shown at the Morris and Helen Belkin Gallery, U.B.C., Vancouver; the Generali Foundation, Vienna; Media City, Seoul, South Korea and Henie Onstad Art Center in Oslo, Norway. Related to this project, with Marit Paasche she co-edited a book of collected essays and images, A Thousand Eyes: Media Technology, Law and Aesthetics (Sternberg Press, Berlin, 2011). She has a BA in fine and performing arts from Simon Fraser University and an MFA in visual and media arts from Bard College, New York. She is represented by Catriona Jeffries Gallery and is Professor of Visual Art at Simon Fraser University. In 2012-13 Radul was a guest of the DAAD Artist-in-Berlin Program. In 2015, she was artist-in-residence at The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, New York.