Serena Huang is an artist that works with video, sculpture, and installation. Her works evolve from the act of being distracted by little incidents in everyday life - things that are trying to get attention from another. In her practice, Huang recreates the emotional experience she encounters from particular objects, movements and incidents, often precarious and repetitive. Whilst developing process of the works is experimental, hidden under the playful appearance of the works is a consistent concern about the ineffective and precarious nature of contemporary life.
Serena (b. China) lives and works in London. She graduated with an MA in Contemporary Art Practice from Royal College of Art in 2020, having previously completed her BA in Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art (2014-2017). Recent exhibitions and projects include: (As Ann M. Hue begins to reminisce about the play: The Smartphone Was Invented Before the Candle...) (Group Exhibition, also curator) at Dyson Gallery (London, 2020), Mal(e)feance (Group Exhibition) at UglyDuck (London, 2020), Liquin Presents - Biscuits Go Crunch and the Frequency Band Screenings (Group Exhibition) at Hoxton 253, The Dream Exhibition (Group Exhibition) at The Paos Galleries, Hongkong Art Centre (Honk Kong, 2019), Last Wednesday (Solo Exhibition) at Banana Jam Space (Shenzhen, 2018).