Yasmin Jahan Nupur is a visual and performance artist born in Chittagong, Bangladesh. Her work is influenced by the ecological and community-driven aspects of life. Depicting human relationships from various points of view, she explores class distinctions and the social discrepancies faced by women migrants of South Asia. Her recent work has engaged deeply with architecture, landscape sifting/displacement, and textiles, emphasizing Jamdani. She has been on a performance residency at the Delfina Foundation in London. Her significant works have also been presented by the Mao Jihong Arts Foundation in collaboration with the Centre Pompidou, Whitworth Art Gallery, The Serendipity Arts Festival, Dhaka Art Summit, and Bangladesh Pavilion of 54th Venice Biennale. Her work has been recently acquired by The TATE Museum, London.
Through her artistic practice, Yasmin seeks to bridge cultural gaps and foster understanding among people from different backgrounds. She is passionate about sharing her own culture and values, and she believes that collective participation and collaboration with the community can lead to increased empathy and mutual appreciation.