Realistic image of two children printed on found wood and cardboard

Satpreet Kahlon | a boundary, a demarcation

Realistic image of two children printed on found wood and cardboardFebruary 11-April 8, 2022

Visits by appointment only, M-F, 10am-5:30pm
Call 206-634-0919 or email jsp@jackstraw.org to schedule a visit

Artist Talk: Friday, March 25 (archived video)

Using segmented pieces of image transferred onto found wood and cardboard as a starting point, the artist has created a site-specific installation about nostalgia, access, and geographical displacement. An image of a boy and his grandmother in rural Punjab, with audio of the village they live in playing from various sources, work together to create an immersive encounter that reframes ideas of memory, optics, and accessibility.

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Satpreet Kahlon portrait

Satpreet Kahlon

Satpreet Kahlon is a Punjabi-born artist, curator, and educator based in Seattle, WA. Through her work, which has been featured in Hyperallergic and Artforum, she is interested in creating…

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