Ronit Judelman is a psychologist turned artist originally hailing from Paris, France, but is currently based out of Johannesburg, South Africa. Judelman works in a variety of media ranging from acrylic, enamel, traditional oil paint on canvas, perspex, resin, and found objects to create her sculptures, as specific themes and ideas surrounding her pieces dictate the choice of medium for her projects.
“Judelman’s preoccupation with transparent material reflects the paradoxical nature of a society, which purports ‘to show and tell’ while operating on the psycho-analytical principle of ‘things ain’t what they seem’.
The artist’s present works are conceptual as they are informed by the insights she acquired in her life experience and the years of practice as a clinical and educational psychologist. The works deliver social comment on contemporary lifestyle and on contemporary values.”