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Blind of Sight

“In 2001, Judith Wright started a new series of white paintings called ‘Blind of Sight’. The subtle white-on-white images derive from stills from her film showing a close-up of a baby’s face suckling a woman’s breast.” Michael Wardell

Read this essay by Michael Wardell

Blind of Sight, 2000. Installation view,
Institute of Modern Art.
Photograph: Richard Stringer

'Blind of Sight', 2000. Installation view, Institute of Modern Art. Photograph: Richard Stringer
'Blind of Sight II', 2000. Video still.
'Blind of Sight II', 2000. Video still.
'Blind of Sight II', 2000. Video still.
'Blind of Sight II' and 'Blind of Sight III', 2002.  Installation view, Institute of Modern Art. Photograph: Richard Stringer
'Blind of Sight I', 2002. Installation detail, Institute of Modern Art, video still. Photograph: Richard Stringer
'Blind of Sight I', 2002. Installation view, Institute of Modern Art. Photograph: Richard Stringer
'Blind of Sight III', 2000-2002. Installation view, acrylic on paper, each 200x200cm.  Photograph: Jon Linkins
'Blind of Sight I', 2000. Video still