Lot 84 - Serena Huang - i see you swimming up to the sky as i fly towards the sea
Lot 84 - Serena Huang - i see you swimming up to the sky as i fly towards the sea
Lot 84 - Serena Huang - i see you swimming up to the sky as i fly towards the sea

Lot 84 - Serena Huang - i see you swimming up to the sky as i fly towards the sea

Fabric and Pencil on Paper

2022

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

Serena Huang works across video, installation, narratives, sculptural object, performance and more, to fabricate fragments of mundane scenarios of a fictitious reality that derives from the intentional/unintentional misrepresentation of our now-here reality. Alluding to ancient mythologies and the slippage of history, Huang is interested in the process of staging truth(s). 
 

Education 

 

Royal College of Art (2018-2020): Contemporary Art Practice 
Chelsea College of Arts(2013-2017): Fine Art 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

Recipient of: 
New Contemporaries Digital Fellowship 2022 
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2021 
 
Exhibitions: 
Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2021, Firstsite, Colchester & South London Gallery, London; 
 
"The smoke from our chimney formed their sky, and in much the same way, their smoke made ours.", the Bomb Factory South, London; 
 
Neoplatonism, Kunshan Art Space, Suzhou, China ; 
 
1:1 Exchange Residency W/Andrew Hart, Beaconsfield Gallery, London; 
 
Pending, San Mei Gallery, London; 
 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork   

 

A fabric collage inspired by the next-door interior shop, the dragon in the sky, the carp in the sea, the conversation down the road, the line in between the poem of a love story between the mountain spirit and the noble. 

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