Ju Row Farr
Ju Row Farr is one of the founder members of Blast Theory. She trained to be a dancer until she was 20, then went to Canterbury College of Art to do a BTEC and Goldsmiths to do a degree in fine art and textiles.
She has taught and mentored extensively around the work of the Blast Theory, most notably a module in devising at De Montfort University, Leicester and mentoring artists in Australia and the UK. In 2000 she was one of seven live artists involved in the Legacy Project – based at Arnolfini and Prema. In 2001 she received a Live Art Development Agency bursary for professional development. During the same year she was commissioned by the Robert Pacitti Company to make Ease a short video work.
In 2006 she took part in a creative cross-disciplinary lab called Concepting Pervasive Multi-User Applications organised by Sagasnet.
Ju Row Farr has sat on panels including for the Combined Arts Fund at Arts Council England and Shooting Live Artists.