Jacqueline Rana
Jacqueline Rana is a painter and mixed media artist who lives and works in Brighton and London. 
Recent work through expanded painting focuses on relatedness, exploring and reimagining social relations, investigated through the artist’s own counter archive where found materials are used to explore social bonds through history, memory and place. She is currently undertaking a professional doctorate in  Fine Art having studied her degree in Leeds , MA in Brighton and Painting Year at ESOP, London. Recent shows include Hypha Studios, Stratford, Way Out West, Docklands, Menier Gallery, Southwark, Art Pavilion, Mile End.
Jacqueline co-founded London based DFA Arts Exchange with her proposal States of Exchange and Metagraph, an Arts Collective located on the Bristol Estate, Brighton where she is an Arts Trustee. Jacqueline is also part of The Centre for Creative & Cultural Practice (CCP). Her civically engaged practice includes work with  Urbact. EU (Active NGOs) Cooperative Cities in Quarantine, Our Place Steering Group (Brighton Festival) The ABCD for Cultural Recovery. Ideas Generation Contributor ,ARTS Accelerating Transitions.
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