Harminder Singh Judge was born in Yorkshire in 1982 and studied Fine Art in Newcastle. Originally a sculptor, he began to delve into performance and time-based art during his studies. By his second year he had shown an interactive performance called Dharamsala at Newcastle's Waygood Gallery. After graduating he moved into the artist run space, Spectacle, in Birmingham and was accepted onto the Platinum Award scheme with Fierce! Earth. With the aid of Fierce!, Singh Judge developed Chonkary Maw, a highly ambitious installation and interactive performance piece which also utilised sound and food. Parallel to this he began work with Vivid, a new media arts centre, through their Interdisciplinary Support Programme. Singh Judge continues to live and work in Birmingham, UK. He has shown work at Tate Modern, London and the Bonington Gallery, Nottingham.