Permindar Kaur-Hiding Out – Nottingham Culture –



Hiding Out, the new exhibition by British artist Permindar Kaur, is an expansive collection of her works touching on camouflage, childhood and cultural identity and with more fleece on offer than a sale in a camping shop. The first thing you’ll see as you enter is Untitled 2014, a new work commissioned especially for the show. This features around half a dozen person-sized black steel silhouettes in the middle of the gallery space, doubled over like anti-tank barricades. It’s complemented by Floor Mats 2014, where the humanoid silhouettes are now rubber mats, as if the man from the gents toilet sign had slipped off and crumpled on the floor.

via Hiding Out – Nottingham Culture –

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