Jade Court-Gold is a Warrang/Sydney based artist working predominantly with clay. She experiments with combinations of clay and metal both sculpturally and within ceramic firing. Her recent work explores the human/nature relationship in this time of ecological upheaval.
Jade’s work is a synthesis of ideas about the social world, processed in real time through the making of objects - thinking through making. Objects, artefacts, aberrations; a continuation from one to another, without a specific desired outcome.
In 2018 Jade was a finalist in the Alice Prize and the Fischer’s Ghost Prize. She is due to complete a Masters degree at National Art School in 2020 after receiving the Bird Holcomb scholarship.
Prior to studying at National Art School, Jade spent six years in the film and television industry working as a Camera Assistant.