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Nasim Nasr

Presented by GAGPROJECTS

  ART STAGE SINGAPORE : Marina Bay Sands - 2013

Bridget Currie
Nasim Nasr, What to do?, 2011-12
six single channel videos on LCD screens


GAGPROJECTS in association with Greenaway Art Gallery

NASIM NASR at Art Stage Singapore
24 - 27 January 2013
Marina Bay Sands

Booth no A2-03 PS


GAGPROJECTS presents two new video works by 28 year old Iranian/Australian emerging artist Nasim Nasr in a project stand at Art Stage Singapore this January. Through her photography and video practice, Iranian-born Nasim Nasr explores and comments upon both specific and universal concerns in contemporary society. Her work has engaged issues of censorship, the transience of identity, and civil and social turbulence. Her latest video work articulates the complexities within contemporary notions of transmutable identities and cultural difference, as experienced between her past and present homelands. Her video installations respond to the oscillating conditions of being worried or unworried, and about major life issues and concerns in the Middle East region—a dance (of terminology and classification) between past and present that remains in the memories of people even if it does not officially exist in their daily lives; value, language and memory are activated, as are power and disempowerment.


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