Artist talk by Amna Elhassan in conversation with Prof Rajkamal Kahlon
Amna Elhassan (b. 1988, Khartoum, Sudan) finds her inspiration in the physical, spiritual and spatial transformative processes experienced by women in her community. Women’s challenges and emancipative struggle are at the core of her work, which crosses several mediums, including printmaking and oil painting. Tackling issues such as the perception of the female body in both the public and private spheres, Elhassan's work adds to the conversation surrounding women's status in today's society. She received a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Khartoum University in 2010, a master's in architecture from Sapienza University of Rome in 2013 before enrolling in a studio program at Khartoum arts training center (2017-2019). All these educational experiences led her to the path of working as a full-time visual artist.
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