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Yasmin Jaidin is a Bruneian contemporary artist currently practicing in Brunei. Her practice revolves around materiality by working with media that can be found in the everyday like sugar, flour, grass and soil. She experiments with its physical state and is concerned with its ecology when it is displaced from one environment to another. She holds degrees at Goldsmiths and the University of Arts London, and has exhibited internationally at such venues as The National Art Center in Tokyo, UP Vargas Museum in Manila, the Manila Metropolitan Museum, and the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan. Her work exhibits a fidelity to the chosen material, combining minimalism and process into an object oriented practice.

(Excerpt by Erik Zepka)

Education
Goldsmiths, University of London, BA Art Practice, 2007-2010
Chelsea College, University of the Arts London, MA Fine Art, 2013-2014

Projects & Talks

2020
Contoh 
Creative Space, Brunei

2019
Creative Economy Week
Creative Space Gallery & The Creative Core
Ruang, Brunei

Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s Til Now,
Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Taiwan

Billionth Barrel Monument: Live Art (In conjunction with Brunei Shell Petroleum’s 90th Anniversary)
Brunei Shell Petroleum, Brunei

Hari Belia Kebangsaan kali ke-14 (14th National Youth Day),
Brunei

Guest speaker at Make Art Out of Your Friends
Hosted by Erik Zepka
Chronos Art Center, Shanghai, China

2018
Ties of History: Art in Southeast Asia
Metropolitan Museum of Manila (MET Manila)
Yuchengco Museum
Vargas Museum
Manila, Philippines

Perspectives: an Art x Magic performance
A collaboration with magician, Nadzri Harif
HOCO Agency, AH Management & The Creative Core
Avenue 41, Brunei

Participant at Biocamp: Gardens as ‘Biotechnik’
Tokyo, Japan

2017
ALIVE 45 Past 7,
The Creative Core
Brunei

Emerge 04: Synesthesia,
Creative Space Gallery, Brunei

Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s Til Now,
National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan

Sunshower: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s Til Now,
The Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan

 

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