Nasreen Shaikh Jamal al-Lail will b ejoining us to discuss her work and inspiration on 6 March 2014 from 6.45pm at the IHRC Gallery & Bookshop. To join the auidence email email@example.com (the event will be recorded).
If you would like to attend the exhibition, please drop by Monday to Friday 9am-5pm or Saturday 10am-6pm.
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IHRC is delighted to host visionary photographer and artist Nasreen Shaikh Jamal al-Lailâ€™s work at its gallery in Wembley, northwest London.
Jamal al-Lailâ€™s work has been exhibited in England and Saudi Arabia. Her main areas of interest lie in the connection between space and self-identity; for example, being a Muslim in Britain and also, being raised partly in Saudi Arabia has deeply shaped the way she perceives cultures and the dynamism inherent in their movements. Jamal Al-Lailâ€™s focus has been on developing an understanding of how an interaction between different â€˜collective memoriesâ€™ has created a unique set of problems about who one is and what one can become. She attempts to weave alterity into a form which can be understood by those who find themselves amidst the confluence of ever changing, constantly evolving global artistic forms.
Jamal al-Lail Â is a First class graduate in Photography (BA) and has an MA from the University of Westminster. Â Her work was exhibited at MAPS over the summer.
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