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Shazia Salam investigates transmission lines involved in cultural production. Her practice engages with corporate agreements, shop signages, children's toys, and other shared instruments of dissemination. Her work is often an invitation to interact - to touch, hold or destroy.


Her practice occupies the space between communication & language, performance & ritual, and art & commodity. It is situated in her interest in constructed identities. Drawing from her background in Architecture, she seeks play in function. Her interdisciplinary practice of sculpture, installation, and works on paper speculates futures of belonging.

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