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The Great Indoors brings together Jemima Brown’s assemblage sculpture, installations, and drawings to investigate social structures and the personal and political histories that define our lives. Using a wide variety of media and objects ranging from broken ironing boards, to laundry baskets, to custom wallpaper, her works explore the narratives we use about ourselves and those that we project on to public figures and archetypes including trapped housewives, local Thanet politicians, and Greenham Common women.
Currently based in Thanet, Brown received an MA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art in 1995 and a Fulbright Scholarship as a guest of the Graduate Program at University of California Los Angeles as well as the Cocheme Fellowship at University of the Arts, London. She received the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award at Standpoint in London in 2011.
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