Chroma Blue Issue, 137 Copeland Road, London, April 2016 - artwork 'Giant Awakenings'
No ball games, New Cross Road, London, July 2015 - artwork 'Unexpected Meetings'
Barbarie, via Procaccini, Milan, June 2012 - artwork 'Splittings'
Serena's artworks have been displayed at numerous independent exhibitions, feminist events and art fairs organised by groups such as the Nasty Women collective, Adept Gaze collective and TedxUCLWomen.
Serena uses art as a research tool and as a catalyst of positive change in order to tell the truth and make it visible, empowering people. Her daily practice, as a painter and musician, creates a special, wise, free and critical space in which one can feel, contemplate and reflect deeply, in opposition to the busy environments shaped by other compulsory social functions and roles. By exploring important topics and shaping new meanings, ideas and solutions, Serena's work brings to life new knowledge and invites people to live a healthy, rich, fulfilling and meaningful life. She combines, transforms and questions ideas, complex feelings and facts in order to create new authentic experiences for herself and for the people. Her images can be industrious or visceral. They are honest and necessary. They always look forward to integrate the unconscious mind. They also help to re-think habits, roles and rules while also healing and promoting counterculture. The world view that is created by Serena's artworks is based on informed arts based research and dialogue, which is at the core of critical pedagogy.