Serena Desaulniers

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  • ISEA2020

    Serena Desaulniers is an MA student studying Art History at Concordia University, Montreal, CA. While her research delves into sensorial and material interactions within craft and digital media, her work frequently touches on themes of cultural production as well as critical disability studies. These notions are evident within her two curatorial projects, one for Concordia’s Centre for Arts in Human Development, in which she co-curated a digital exhibit that showcased the collaboration between adults with developmental disabilities and undergraduate design students as a means of addressing the stigma found surrounding the possibilities of people with disabilities. Her other curatorial project, Interface, was produced for Art Matters’ 2019 Festival, consisting of an interactive exhibition that explored the haptic interactions connecting textile production and intermedia.

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  • Montréal, Canada

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