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Serena Korda, Swell
Serena Korda, Swell
Serena Korda, Swell
Serena Korda, Swell
Serena Korda, Swell
Serena Korda, Swell
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Serena Korda, Swell

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Serena Korda
Swell, 2020

Ceramic
26 x 24 x 11 cm. (variable)
Edition of 9

Signed and numbered certificate

Standard Price £300 *
Patron’s Price £270 **
 

"Swell is a playful combination of selected press moulds from my large collection inspired by the natural world. Working with a conch, burgeoning apple and a sphere to create multiple configurations, this series of sculptures combines hand built and slip casting techniques. Swell revels in its own grotesque taxonomy that is juxtaposed with the purity of a dazzling white dipped glaze." - Serena Korda

Serena Korda exhibited at Camden Art Centre in 2013.

Serena Korda (b. 1979, London) lives and works in London. Korda recently co-curated The Lore of the Land at Horniman Museum and Gardens, London (2018). Recent solo projects and exhibitions have been presented at BALTIC Centre of Contemporary Art, Gateshead (2018), Glasgow International, Scotland (2016); and Camden Art Centre, London (2013). Korda’s films and performances have been shown in various exhibitions at the Wellcome Collection, London (2011); and Turner Contemporary, Margate (2011). Her residencies include the Norma Lipman/BALTIC fellowship in Ceramic Sculpture at Newcastle University (2017); The Museum of Jurassic Technology, Los Angeles, California (2014). In 2012 she had a residency at Camden Arts Centre for which she produced a performance: Decosa,Tradition Stockholm, keifer pin.

Serena Korda received the Paul Hamlyn Foundation Award in 2020 and 2021, and her work is part of the exhibition A Matter of Life and Death, curated by Jenni Lomax at Thomas Dane Gallery Naples in 2022.

 

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