Artist Talk: Serena Lee
Learn more from Serena Lee, on of the artists featured in our current exhibition, Grasping at the Roots, on February 24 in room 11-251
Learn more from Serena Lee, one of the artists featured in our current exhibition, Grasping at the Roots curated by Christina Battle, including details about her ongoing project Doing the dishes (2017-)
The talk will take place in room 11-251 at Allard Hall.
Serena Lee’s practice stems from a fascination with polyphony and its radical potential. She works across disciplines, collaboratively and aleatorically. Recent projects have played out at Cubitt (London), transmediale (Berlin), Plug In ICA (Winnipeg), Scarborough Museum (Ontario), Mountain Standard Time (Calgary), Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto), and Whitechapel Gallery (London). Serena was born in Tkaronto/Toronto; she holds an MFA from the Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam and is currently based in Vienna as a PhD researcher at the Academy of Fine Arts. www.serenalee.com