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Imran Jatoi

Punjab / Pakistan
Imran Faizyab Jatoi is a Pakistani self-employed visual artist, creating 2d and 3d art forms and performances. His practice underlines queer ideologies with an emphasis on identity, orientation, faith and autobiographical allusions. He is postgraduate in Art & Design from Yasar University, Turkey and contributed to number of exhibitions. The involvement of his art practice is to educate and make awareness about queer issues and recently he has displayed his work with unchanged perspectives in, "Buddies in Bad Times Theater, QueerCab", Toronto, Canada, 2021 and “Margins Magazine”, UTSC Women’s and Trans Centre, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, 2021. His exploration in ideologies of gender such as queer identity and sexuality carries the contemporary language of visual arts and intimacy of queer spaces and atmosphere. Throughout its multiplicities, his work reflects the condition of queer-personification, questioning the intersections of identity, sexuality and body inhabitation.

2D Works

Rise

  • 2020
  • 55 x 40 x 1.5 cm
  • $1,000

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