Lera Kelemen, b. 1994
Based in London, UK
Lera Kelemen is a Romanian-born multimedia artist currently working in London, UK. Her practice incorporates themes about post-humanism, hybridity, feminism & technology. Her artistic practice focuses on exploring the manifestation of bodies and space through the integration of partial technologies, devising conceptually immersive environments. In her works, surfaces and textures serve as dynamic mediums for identity and embodiment.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS & RESIDENCIES

Dyson Gallery, Royal College of Art Graduation Show, London (2022)
Mark the Ground, Staycation, Group Show at Catinca Tabacaru Gallery, Bucharest (2021)
If Anything Else Survives, Group Show at Potential Project, Athens (2021)
Uncanny Reading Station, Between the Lines Group Show at Atelier 35, Bucharest (2021)
Green Skin / Crevice, Solo Show at Borderline Art Space, Iasi (2021)
Green Skin / Affective Interatice, I feel something, don’t know what, Group Show at Zacheta Gallery, Warsaw (2021)
Leave No Trace, Group Show at Iklectik, London (2021)
IED Festival, Group Show at Hoxton Gallery, London (2021)
Green Skin / Affective Interstice, Group Show at Art Encounters Foundation, Timisoara (2021)
Tender Technology, Presentation at IRCAM Forum, Centre Pompidou, Paris (2021)
Pop-up Device for Experimenting Margins, Public Space Installation with TM2023, Timisoara (2020)
Double Decker, Group Project at Sandwich Gallery, Bucharest (2020)
Memonnade, Solo Showcase at Niki, Zinnober, Hanover (2020)
Niki Residency, Artist in Residence, Hanover (2020)
Kinaesthetic Cabin, Seeing Time Group Show at Kunsthalle Bega, Timisoara (2019)

EDUCATION

Royal College of Art, MA Information Experience Design, London (2022)
Awarded Distinction & Lumen Prize Shortlisted

New College Lanarkshire, Foundation Course in Sound Technology, Glasgow (2020)

University of Arts & Design, Timisoara (2018)
Awarded Art Encounters Graduation Award

WORK

Co-founder at Feelium Gallery & Studios, London (2023)

PRESS

Saliva Live (2023)
Kuba Paris (2022)
Revista Arta (2020)