Serena Korda was born 1979 lives and works in London. Through large-scale ensemble performances she reconsiders aspects of communion and tradition in our lives. Underpinning her practice is a desire to find and highlight ritual in the everyday, which is developed through encounters, conversations and the researching of abandoned histories. Audiences are often encouraged to participate at some point in her process creating collective experiences that often focus on the forgotten and overlooked. Recent projects include: W.A.M.A The Work as Movement Archive, Barton Hill Bristol, Laid to Rest, Wellcome Collection, Decosa Tradition: Stockholm Keifer pin., Camden Arts Centre and There’s a Strange Wind Blowing, Tintype Gallery. Serena is represented by Tintype, London. She was winner of the Deutsche Bank prize 2009.