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 Meghan Judge is an artist and researcher working with ocean-human relations, looking to material affective encounters that shape these relations through the ocean itself. Currently she is exploring sonic and filmic sensory palettes that rearrange oceanic perceptions away from human exceptionalism and colonial ideals. Judge has participated in, curated and organised artistic exchanges and exhibitions in the Southern African and the western Indian Ocean region. Her recent solo exhibition titled Static Drift showed at the Wits Art Museum, and film work traveled in global film festival circuits. She holds a postdoctoral research position at South African Research Chair in Science Communication, Stellenbosch University and obtained her PhD in Fine Art from the University of the Witwatersrand where she was a fellow in the Oceanic Humanities for the Global South project at WiSER. Her doctoral dissertation focused on understanding human-ocean relations through elemental media and weathering activities while developing a creative praxis for inquiry. She completed her MA (by distinction) in the Wits School of Arts in 2019.

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