News Month: August 2017

A solo exhibition by Seren Moran.

‘Knot So Silent’ is an exhibition about opposition and the potential growth learned through conflict.
As of late, I’ve felt overwhelmed by the unsettling, and constant, pull toward identifying everything and everyone solely by their extreme counterpart, particularly within our current political climate.
In response, my work has moved toward capturing the confrontation of extremists, in which I’ve begun creating even higher contrasted images, paring unlikely color combinations with layers of varied textures. I’m capitalizing on the tension while consciously channeling it toward something surprisingly vibrant and optimistic. In this work, I intentionally try and straddle the line between chaos and clarity, combining seemingly contradicting elements into aesthetically pleasing and cohesive pieces.

Through exploring this polarization, I’ve become increasingly aware of the role my gender plays in my approach to conflict, and how this role relates to a history of women finding vibrant and optimistic ways to push through struggle. And so, I’ve … Read more ›