Nour Jaouda is an Egypt-based Libyan artist, born 1997.
She is interested in the tactile process of constructing and de-constructing cultural motifs, found objects and historical narratives in order to challenge conventional ideas of identity formation. Her works attempt to orchestrate anachronistic, personal and collective mise-en-scènes that simultaneously echo traditional Libyan craftsmanship and imported western value systems, narrativising notions of placement/displacement, cultural mobility and the fluidity of our historical identities.
- Modern English School, Cairo, Egypt 2004-2014
- The Ruskin School of Art, BFA, Oxford University 2015-2018
- Feb 2016 'Oh The Shoe Has Been Lost', Solo show, Dolphin Gallery, St John's Oxford
- April 2016 'Apiary', St Catherine's College, Oxford
- June 2016 'Ruskin Preliminaries', Ruskin High St
- Feb 2017 'Zodiac', Turl Street Art Festival, Lincoln College
- April 2017 'Façade', St Catherine's College (Curated and Exhibited)
- May 2017 'A Khawajat Complex', Solo show, Dolphin Gallery, St John's, Oxford (Curated and Exhibited)
- April 2018 Catz Arts Week, St Catherine's College, Oxford
- June 2018 Ruskin Degree Show, The Ruskin School of Art, Oxford
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