Serena Korda

Serena Korda (b.1979, London) is a British, London based artist with a MA in Printmaking from the Royal College of Art (2010) and a BA in Fine Art from Middlesex University (2001). She works across sculpture, sound, performance and film. Her interest in ancient cosmology, new age philosophy and theories of quantum physics have drawn her to the imperceptible connections between nature, plants and animals, all bound together by vibration, sound and energy. Giving the rational mind and the imagination equal weight, she strikes a balance between the scientific and spiritual realms by creating multi sensory experiences that make invisible and inaudible forces palpable.

Solo shows include: Khaos Spirit, Somerset House, London (2019); The Bell Tree, National Trust and Bluecoat, Liverpool; The Lore of the Land, Horniman Museum and Gardens, London; Missing Time, Baltic Centre of Contemporary Art, Gateshead; Daughters of NecessitySerena Korda and the Wakefield ceramics, Hepworth Wakefield, Wakefieled; Missing Time, The High Line, New York, (2018); Hold Fast Stand Sure, I Scream a Revolution, Glasgow International and Comar, Isle of Mull (2016); The Jug Choir, Camden Arts Centre, London and Supernormal Festival, Oxfordshire (2016); Aping the Beast, Camden Arts Centre, London (2013); Fellowships and Residencies include: The Norma Lipman and Baltic fellowship in Ceramic Sculpture, Newcastle University (2016-2018), The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles (2014). Group shows include: Waking the Witch, 20/21, Scunthorpe; Sidney Cooper Gallery, Canterbury; Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham; Oriel Davies Gallery, Newton (2018-2019); Material Environments, The Tetley, Leeds (2018); Island, G39, Cardiff (2015); Shifting Sands, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (2015); Test Run: Performance in Public, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford (2015). She is currently working on a new film work entitled Zuben Elgenubi: The Price to be Paid for a group touring exhibition entitled “The Mariner” opening September 2019.


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