Hi there, my name is Jafrin Gulshan​

Jafrin Gulshan is a Visual Artist based in Bangladesh.
She thrives in a multidisciplinary cosmos of making art, art writing and research. This layered approach with drawing, painting, printmaking, installation, performance and curation has been a regular engagement since 2005. Her work encompasses personal experience and collective activism that expressively engages the everyday circumstance of life. She has participated in many group exhibitions and workshops, including notably, the Dhaka Art Summit in 2011. In 2014, She was commissioned as a researcher for the project ‘One square mile’, initiated by the internationally acclaimed Britto Arts Trust, Dhaka. 
Her interest is in drawing out bits of history, memorabilia and personal experience through research. This is reflected in an article published in a reputed journal of the University of Jahangirnagar, Bangladesh. Recently in 2020, she worked in the project named ‘Mapping Memory’ which was a digital collaboration grant of the project Transforming Narratives by the British Council, supported by Asia Arts Council. In 2019, She had the opportunity to work in the project titled ‘Dystopia’ and carry out curatorial work with Epiphania Visuals, an arts organization based in Dhaka