Lives in Córdoba, Argentine, obtained a Degree in Graphic Design and Bachelor of photography.
For more than a decade, She has been working with topics related to gender, stereotypes, beauty, fashion, and body image and social networks.
She has made solo collective exhibitions in galleries and museums in Córdoba, Buenos Aires, México, Spain. Polland and Germany.
During the month of October I will do an exhibition for Float Magazine and for a feminist art space in Berlin.
As regards prizes and recognitions: She was selected of Design Biennial of Peru in the category of illustration. Finalist of the Women’s Salon Bonfiglioli Museum. Córdoba, Argentina.
She won the design contest at the Museo del Traje de Madrid “Mi vie en Rose”. She obtained a photography mention at the “Fundación Lebenshon” Contest and was selected to the “Premio Itau Cultural”, She made an artistic residency in Chile. Also she participated as a guest artist in the Exp.21 Meeting Experimental Photo Festival from Barcelona.
She has published in the magazines Working Artists III and Bex Latinoamérica, and in the book “Corona libro 2” (México).
What is more, Judith has a long experience in activities related to writing art texts, curating and organizing expositions from galleries, museum, festivals.
The body talks (text)
I have used a mannequin as a visual methaphore from female body and the human condition.
The mannequin represents an individual body and a collective body that makes up our identity.
The Body talks, shouts. The bodies are in silence and some are broken.
Individualism ,in this globalized world, is connected through the sum of wills through cyberactivism. New technologies have became an instrument of dissemination of the struggles and new ideas through the exponential viralisation of the representative images.
To sum up, I strongly believe it is important to recognize the images or ideas behind the movements. Usually, most of the images or ideas that represent the struggles or issues are similar in different parts of the world, but each one is adapted to their own culture through representation. In the global world it is interesting to re think the struggles that join us and the ones that make us different.
Some things bonds us as a human beings: what happens to one woman, happens to all of us.
Judith Le Roux
The complete series “The body talks” has fifteen images.