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Serena Korda: Ectoplasmic Variations III (Unique)

Serena Korda: Ectoplasmic Variations III (Unique)

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Serena Korda
Ectoplasmic Variations III (Unique), 2015

Medium: Glazed ceramic
Size: 38 x 24 x 23 cm

This ceramic vessel bears the face of a bearded man, a reference to 16th century Bellarmine jugs. During the witch hunts these jugs were transformed into 'Witch's Bottles', used ritualistically in a form of sympathetic magic or voodoo. It is a unique piece, which is part of the series Ectoplasmic Variations.

Serena Korda exhibited at Camden Arts Centre in 2013.

Serena Korda (b. 1979) solo exhibition Aping the Beast at Camden Arts Centre, London and The Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool. Her films and performances have been shown in various exhibitions including: Laid to Rest, Dirt: The Filthy Reality of Everyday Life, Wellcome Collection, London (2011); Spaces for the Imagination, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2011); and The Library of Secrets, New Art Gallery Walsall; Whitstable Biennale (2008/2009). In 2012 she had a residency at Camden Arts Centre for which she produced a performance: Decosa,Tradition Stockholm, keifer pin. In 2012 she created W.A.M.A The Work as Movement Archive, a public artwork for Barton Hill, Bristol.

Korda just received the Paul Hamlin prize and will be exhibiting in a group exhibition curated by Jenni Lomax at Thomas Dane Naples this autumn. 

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