Sufea Mohamad Noor
Sufea will spend her residency with the Independents Biennial to map out and understand the evolution of diversity and inclusion terminologies used to describe racially marginalised groups. She plans to do this by carrying out academic research, looking at online activism and discussing this topic with PoC as well as allies. Sufea will spend the next three months working at Metal to make text paintings in the studio, informed by her research and conversations. She will also make use of Metal’s kitchen and garden to create a shared experience in a pandemic through making takeaway treats and personally growing bouquets for her collaborators.
Sufea Mohamad Noor, project updates:
- Sufea Mohamad Noor will be working in residence at Metal Liverpool until 6th June 2021
- Follow Sufea Mohamad Noor’s project as it develops using the blog links below
- Sharing event: A shared experience in a pandemic will invite participants to share in take away food, cooked using Metal’s kitchen. Dates TBC.
Sufea Mohamad Noor
Sufea Mohamad Noor is an artist, curator and fundraiser based in Liverpool. She completed a diploma in Cultural Heritage Studies in 2014 and received her MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies from University of Leeds in 2019. Sufea is interested in useful art and postcolonial discourse in the context of contemporary art.
Her practice involves text paintings, artist books, zines, printed textiles and communal meals. Previous residencies include Office of Useful Art, UKYA and Porthmeor Studio. She has also been commissioned by The Tetley in Leeds and Bluecoat in Liverpool. In addition to residencies and commission, Sufea has also been awarded professional development opportunities from UKYA for Arts and Cultural Leadership as well as Heart of Glass for Helen’s Gossip – a programme to support women in the arts
Sufea will be in residence as part of the Independents Biennial 2020 Residency opportunity in partnership with Metal.