Permindar Kaur: Black and Blue

Permindar Kaur: Black and Blue
Library Shelf Location 18.KAUR
Publication Date 2017

Published on the occasion of the exhibition Permindar Kaur: Black and Blue - Thu 04 May 2017 - Sat 01 Jul 2017 New Art Projects, London


Permindar Kaur’s work investigates integration and belonging, particularly cultural identity and childhood. Through the exploration of adaption, mimicry and mirroring, she examines different strategies of integration and assimilation. She aims to challenge cultural constraints, acceptability and the rejection of difference. A running theme throughout all the work has been protection and defence. Whether through the use of armour, daggers or claws, any method of defence is limited and self-defeating. Soft fabric figures wearing armour/ claws hang limply unstuffed, unable to fight or shield themselves.

ISBN 9781527211230
Quantity 1
Authors Ian Hunt, Permindar Kaur
Format Paperback
Publisher New Art Projects, London
Related Artist Permindar Kaur
Categories Artist (relating to a single artist/collaborative team), Sculpture
Artist's Nationality British/UK
Language English

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