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Jasleen Kaur exhibition
3 December 2016 until 25 February 2017
St Andrews Museum
This is the first solo exhibition by this Scottish-Indian artist Jasleen Kaur, currently based in London.
Originally studying jewellery Jasleen was awarded the Jerwood Makers Open in 2015. Jasleen is however not easily categorised as a craft artist since her practice now involves making through a range of media more usually identified with visual art.
The exhibition will feature a series of short films including a new commission and sculptural works exploring the artist’s dual heritage such as the busts made for the Jerwood Makers Open and the recent touch-light Cairns commissioned by the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art.