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Baseera Khan

Tent Square, Pink, from Law of Antiquities, 2023

archival inkjet print, artist’s custom frame
50.8 x 40.64cm
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About Baseera Khan
Baseera Khan’s multidimensional, multi-layered practice extends over the mediums of sculpture, performance, collage, installation, drawing, photography, textiles and video. They explore themes of cultural exploitation, anti-blackness and xenophobia and how these issues intersect with surveillance, capitalism and the private and public space. Khan investigates the chains of production of commodities and goods, namely oil, architecture and art. Their practice undermines the structural integrity of these monolithic subjects, revealing their inequality and hypocrisy. Khan’s own body is positioned as archive, with the artist drawing out and visualising their lived experiences, traumas and tangled histories as a queer femme Muslim American with Indian, Afghani, and East African heritage. Written by Goldsmiths CCA

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