Artist & Designer
Based between London UK and Timișoara RO
Information Experience Design - Royal College of Art, London UK

Currently on view at Zacheta Project Room, Warsaw︎Upcoming ︎︎︎ Solo Show at Borderline Art Space, Iasi (August)︎Duo Residency - Middle Grounds and Dissonances at Aici Acolo, Cluj (August)︎Staycation Group Exhibition - Catinca Tăbăcaru Gallery, Bucharest (December)




Green Skin / Affective Interstice
Multimedia Installation
Single channel video, stereo sound, approx. 3’10'' / Metal structure / Engraved plaster slabs / Ultra giclée print on Hahnemühle paper / Green luminescent tubes

Credits: Metal work - Apor Nimbert Ambrus
Voiceover: Susan Atwill
Photos: Andei Infinit (

Green Skin / Affective Interstice is an interrogation on the on-going projection of the self on the environment and vice-versa. Highlighting skin, plant tissues or wall textures as active interaction surfaces, the project argues that relationships in the built environment are established through external layers. The various spatial elements cited - arcades, engraved concrete, green lights - symbolise the built environment.
The skin becomes the membrane on which narratives are collected and engraved.
The vegetal textures - moss, bark, seeds, fibres - are an attempts to zoom in on the natural world and establish a connection between the micro and macro level. The self is re-centralised as the filter through which surroundings are appropriated. Just as a green screen, the body receives and hosts content, like a terminal, an affective surface that connects external stimuli to personal space

© Lera Kelemen 2021