British Artist Seran Kubisa is a painter who also works in the medium of installation, light and more recent film.
Her investigations have documented objects and collected fragments for analysis from her sitting room, a French village, Coutts Bank and a city-the ambitious Public Art projects ‘Treasure Island: A Forensic Investigation of a City’, Arts Council England Award for Innovation. www.cityforensics.com. ‘Mystères des Mémoires’ an installation in a cave was a response to her latest investigation in the Mid-Pyrenees, France (a winning laureate commission).
Working in series her paintings are intricate with startling colour combinations and layered spaces with deep thinking themes including Memory, The Black Hole and On the edge of.
“I work in a number of ways but the intimacy of studio-based work is the jewel or centre of all other creativity. My Public art has given me another intimacy with people and places and environments” Seran Kubisa