MOCA has invited artist and writer Lisa Steele to organize a series of talks and screenings that intersect, interact, or just plain act up with the lively resonances that exist between the iconic contemplations of Chantal Akerman and the deeply, contemporary investigations of Basma Alsharif.
Serena Lee’s practice stems from a fascination with polyphony and its radical potential to map power, perception, and belonging. She plays with cinema, voice, text, installation, performance, and conversation.
[Serena Lee, Installation view of 'It Wasn't the Fire' at Holding Patterns, 2018. Photo courtesy of the artist.]