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Studio Visit – Rosalind Nashashibi

Rosalind Nashashibi, The States of Things, installation view, New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester, 2010. Acquired by the Contemporary Art Society for New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester 2010. Courtesy the artist and Doggerfisher Gallery. Photo by Stephen Lynch Photography.

17 April 2013

18.30—20.00

North Member Programme, Studio Visit

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EVENT POSTPONED: For any further information, please contact Mark Doyle, Head of Collector Development North, on 07891 880 498 or email mark@contemporaryartsociety.org

Rosalind Nashashibi has exhibited in solo and group shows internationally. Working with mixed media and installation in a personal exploration of the relationship between people, things and behaviour, Nashashibi uses film in much of her work, following her interest in its ability to express different layers of reality simultaneously, with a focus on the ‘magical friction’ caused by the juxtaposition of scenes shot from real life and fictional events, often taking place in public spaces.

Nashashibi was a Becks Futures Art Prize winner in 2003 and a recipient of the John Kobal New Work Award at Whitechapel Gallery in 2008. She is shortlisted for the Northern Art Prize 2013.

For any further information about becoming a member of the Contemporary Art Society North please contact Mark Doyle, Head of Collector Development North, on 07891 880 498 or email mark@contemporaryartsociety.org

Image: Rosalind Nashashibi, The States of Things, installation view, New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester, 2010. Acquired by the Contemporary Art Society for New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester, 2010. Courtesy the artist and Doggerfisher Gallery. Photo by Stephen Lynch Photography.

 

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