Join PEER for an evening of conversation between Savinder Bual and curator and educator Amanprit Sandhu, during which they will discuss Bual’s current exhibition at PEER, Ananas and The Flatfish, the ideas and beliefs that drive her work and forthcoming projects that Bual is working on.
About Amanprit Sandhu
Amanprit Sandhu is a London based curator and educator with a focus on commissioning, performance-based practices and collaborative approaches to working. Her current work includes organising the inaugural biennial programme for Brent in London, and co-curator of the 2021 Boras Art Biennial in Sweden. She was the co-founder of the curatorial collective DAM Projects (2014-20), whose work supported underexposed artists, art scenes, discourses, and socio-political debates in the UK and internationally. Other previous roles include: Interim Curator at Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire, Public Programme and Residencies Curator at Camden Art Centre, Project Manager for the 2014 Folkestone Triennial and 2012 Frieze Foundation projects, and Assistant Curator at the Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art. She is a Curatorial Practice tutor on the Curating Contemporary Art MA at the Royal College of Art, and visiting tutor on the Fine Art BA at Chelsea College of Arts. Between 2017-20 was a trustee at Arts Catalyst.
About Savinder Bual
Savinder Bual (b. 1976, Hitchin, UK) has a BA in Fine Art from Winchester School of Art (1998) and an MA in Photography from The Royal College of Art London (2010). Solo exhibitions include Javasu featuring text works by Sarah Boulton, Caraboo Projects, Bristol (2019); The Drawing Center, New York (online, 2016); Pinjekan, Minories Gardens, Colchester (2015); Organism, iD TOWN, Shenzhen, China (2014); Ahmed and Carpenter Presents: Frogfullness, Rogue Project Space, Manchester (2013) and Savinder Bual Flying Works, Little Victories Gallery, Shanghai (2013). Bual has participated in numerous group exhibitions at institutions across the UK including Standpoint, London; University of the West of England, Bristol; Bow Arts, London; Legion Projects, Glasbury, Wales and Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Wales. She has also taken part in a number of residencies and in 2020 was awarded a Jerwood Bursary and a-n Artist Bursary, she has also lectured and been involved in a number of talks and publications.
Wednesday 13th of January, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Tube: Old Street (10 min walk)
Train: Hoxton (7 min walk)