AA2A Artist

Lubna Din

Year:
2018 - 19
Email:
lubna@studio2qq.com
Project summary:

I am a textile artist who studied Fashion Print at Central St. Martin’s in London and more recently an MA in Contemporary Craft at Nottingham Trent University.  I use a multi-media approach to my work which combines print, embroidery and weave. 

My work originates from a desire to explore narratives from the past that open up experiences with unpredictable outcomes. My MA project, 'Naqsha', was a body of work that mapped my family history. 

Trawling through my mother’s tin full of threads and tracings, I unravelled memories and found connections with a rich textile heritage of the Kashmir valley.  The journey required me to examine the traumas and uncertainties of displacement through partition; confronting upheavals and adjustments that took place for newer generations to exist and thrive. 

I am fascinated by articulating moments of past lives, journeys and migrations; drawing on the transitions and traumas faced through memories gathered, and constructing work that layers and erodes like passing time.

I am a textile artist who studied Fashion Print at Central St. Martin’s in London and more recently an MA in Contemporary Craft at Nottingham Trent University.  I use a multi-media approach to my work which combines print, embroidery and weave. 

My work originates from a desire to explore narratives from the past that open up experiences with unpredictable outcomes. My MA project, 'Naqsha', was a body of work that mapped my family history. 

Trawling through my mother’s tin full of threads and tracings, I unravelled memories and found connections with a rich textile heritage of the Kashmir valley.  The journey required me to examine the traumas and uncertainties of displacement through partition; confronting upheavals and adjustments that took place for newer generations to exist and thrive. 

I am fascinated by articulating moments of past lives, journeys and migrations; drawing on the transitions and traumas faced through memories gathered, and constructing work that layers and erodes like passing time.

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