Lena Séraphin is a visual artist based in Helsinki, Finland. Her practice is based on sensitive text/writing, and her postdoctoral project, Sharing Text, studies how text can be published site purposely and written collectively in public space.
Lena Séraphin had a residency during winter 2011-2012.
Dubbelgångare//Kaksoisolento – a workshop about roleplay and double life was carried out at the Multicultural Centre by Lena Séraphin from Finland, PhD student at Aalto University’s College of Art, Design and Architecture in Helsinki, where she wrote a thesis on fiction in contemporary art.
In 2007, Lena Séraphin participated in a workshop at Botkyrka Konsthall together with art students from the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, the Art Institute in Lahti, Konstfack and the Royal Inst. of Arts in Stockholm, which later resulted in the exhibition Om väggar kunde tala (If walls could speak).
The Don Quixote Complex and Investigations into Fictionality
Aalto University publication series
DOCTORAL DISSERTATIONS 19/2017