Noor Bhangu

Noor Bhangu est une conservatrice émergente d'ascendance sud-asiatique dont la pratique
utilise des rencontres interculturelles pour interroger les questions de la diaspora et de
l'indigénéité dans les contextes post-coloniaux et coloniaux. Elle a complété son baccalauréat
en histoire de l'art et sa maîtrise en Études culturelles: pratiques de conservation de l'Université
de Winnipeg. Ses textes ont paru entre autre dans Black Flash, gal-dem, Moveable Type: The
University College London English Journal, Public Parking, Uncommon Sense et C Magazine.
Son travail de commissariat inclut Overlapping Violent Histories: A Curatorial Investigation into
Difficult Knowledge (2018), womenofcolour@soagallery (2018) wt Not the Camera, but the
Filing Cabinet: Performative Body Archives in Contemporary Art (2018).

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Noor Bhangu is an emerging curator and scholar of South Asian descent, whose practice
employs cross-cultural encounters to interrogate issues of diaspora and indigeneity in
post- and settler-colonial contexts. She completed her BA in the History of Art and her
MA in Cultural Studies: Curatorial Practices from the University of Winnipeg. Her written
work has appeared in academic and public journals, including Black Flash, gal-dem,
Moveable Type: The University College London English Journal, Public Parking,
Uncommon Sense, and C Magazine. Her curatorial practice includes projects:
Overlapping Violent Histories: A Curatorial Investigation into Difficult Knowledge (2018),
womenofcolour@soagallery (2018), and Not the Camera, But the Filing Cabinet:
Performative Body Archives in Contemporary Art (2018).