How the residency will shape the work

Looking forward to the exhibition UoH

UH Artists in Conversation

In Permindar Kaur’s first few months at the University of Hertfordshire, she has identified several ways in which the residency has, and will, shape her work. “I have a set way of working”, she says, but the chance to operate in a new studio space will disrupt those usual working practices. The locations of her previous studios, in Sheffield at the heart of the old steel industry, in the urban centre of Barcelona, and in rural Sweden, have all influenced her work.  As a result of contact with students in the studio, she hopes she will be prompted to consciously consider her methods, and through process of reflection expects to transform the way she works.


New practices will be possible not least because of access to new equipment. Permindar hopes to take the opportunity to experiment with equipment that is not normally available to her. She was previously constrained to machinery that…

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