Photographic print, unframed,
39 x 26 cm
Edition of 20
The central spectacle of Serena Korda’s 2013 exhibition was a four-metre tall puppet reminiscent of early B-movies such as Godzilla. The exhibition also included a film which explored animal symbolism through the figure of a majestic black feline character. This photograph features one of the cats Korda ‘auditioned’ for this role.
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Serena Korda (b. 1979, London) lives and works in London. She studied at Middlesex University and completed her MA in Printmaking at Royal College of Art in 2009. She had a solo exhibition There’s a Strange Wind Blowing, Tintype Gallery, London in 2010. 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 and Whitstable Biennale (2008/09). In 2010 she had a residency at Camden Arts Centre for which she produced a performance: ‘Decosa, Tradition Stockholm, keifer pin’.