Being somewhat of a rare breed of artists, a founder sculptor, Hudson’s practice is open to endless possibilities unlike few others. Having been through the whole casting process from birth to realisation, allows for a more intimate and creative aspect to his work. Hudson’s sculptures, concerned with the split between people’s interior emotional, psychological and bodily being and their exterior presentation,explore a fascinating space between being human, all too human, and the options for being human. His sculptures have varying disguises, from despairing to hopeful, both dark and vibrant, portray an unashamed loss of hope and disquieting perversions, with an all so distant joyful farewell. It’s not always pretty and fanciful but the reality is that it lives amongst us. Today, his sculpture suggests, post-human bodies are now the new normal, relevant in only a fantasy land.