Lera Kelemen’s installation practice blends post-humanism, femininity, hybridity, and technology. In her practice she challenges narratives of inhabitation through diverse materials, using surfaces and textures as dynamic mediums for embodiment.




2021
Affective Interstice
An installation where textures become areas of mediation. Anthropocene and greenery mapped as microscopic landscapes

2021
Crevice
A compendium of surfaces and architectural details mapped onto the gallery floor, tracing a network of pathways

2023
Absent
Tactility as a sense that tends to disappear at first, shifting between natural and technological

2021
Sensible Realms
Surface hosts intimacy, it mediates relationships, it bridges interior and exterior like a form of public intimacy expressed through the skin

2021
Uncanny Reading Station
An interactive interstice, a waiting space for contemplating the area that mediates two destinations, on what is gathered and collected in the space between two stops

2022
Mark the Ground with Thin Soft Thread
A piece of fabric is extracted from a room, taken out into the woods, and stained, soaked and dragged through the mud. Then taken back in and integrated into a domestic object

2020
Experimenting Margins
This installation invites the audience to reflect on the personal and collective processes that define the private and public spheres

2019
Kinaesthetic Cabin
Inside a closed shape, the body stumbles upon its limitations, movement is progressively inhibited as the space becomes smaller

2020
Memonnade
A theatre of memory, 
a sketch  through which the philosopher attempts to visualise and materialise human memory


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