Serena Hocharoen is experimenting with installations, meals, mixtapes, zines, and toys for curiosity and storytelling. Her practice is about diasporic restlessness: harnessing the destabilization powers of dreaming, care, and gathering for survival and healing.
She holds an MFA in Printmaking from Tyler School of Art and Architecture, and a BA in Studio Art and Chemistry from Grinnell College. Her work has been exhibited at venues like Cherry Street Pier, Asian Arts Initiative in Philadelphia, and Public Space 1 in Iowa City. She likes to bike, carve spoons, attend potlucks, and sew quilts.