Irfaran a large-scale installation which included sculptural works, travel writings, digital prints and monochrome photographs that provided moments of revelation triggered by the peripheral and neglected architecture of modern cities pressured by tourism. This exhibition was accompanied by the launch of the publication ‘Irfaran (Travel and Work)’ that recorded the artist’s quest for meaning within the act of arriving in a new place.
German sculptor, Brigitte Jurack graduated from Glasgow School of Art and Chelsea College of Art and Design. Jurack lives and works in the UK and has found critical acclaim in the series of exhibitions, nationally and internationally. Currently, Brigitte Jurack is a Head of Sculpture and Time-Based Arts and Programme Leader at Manchester School of Art and a founding member of the artists’ group Foreign Investment.