Acoustic Sound Blankets are sculptural costumes/sound blankets that censor my body mass, replacing it with forms such as sound, song, and/or silhouette. Baseera Khan is a New York–based artist who uses multiple mediums to visualize patterns of exile and kinship shaped by global economic, social, and political changes, with special interests in decolonization processes. Her first solo exhibition, iamuslima, debuted at Participant Inc. Gallery, NY and Moudy Art Gallery at Texas Christian University, TX (2017). She was part of the BRIC Biennial, Brooklyn, NY, at the Weeksville Heritage Center (2016). She has performed at the Whitney Museum of American Art and Queens Museum, NY, and at the 2017 Art Pop Montreal International Music Festival. She received her MFA from Cornell University (2012) and BFA from the University of North Texas (2005) and teaches at the Parsons School of Design, The New School.


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