Laura Serejo Genes & Kiyoto Koseki

Reasearch Fellow

Laura Serejo Genes & Kiyoto Koseki work together as a curatorial partnership based in New York. They produce exhibitions and programs for specific sites, building upon existing systems to draw new social, material, and historical connections. Laura and Kiyoto each participated in SOMA Summer and the Newburgh Community Land Bank Artist-In-Vacancy initiative where they developed public programs in collaboration with local organizations and businesses. They both pursued graduate research between 2016–18; Laura earned a Master of Science in Art, Culture, and Technology from MIT and Kiyoto earned a Master in Design Studies in Art, Design, and the Public Domain from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. Between 2022–23, Laura Serejo Genes & Kiyoto Koseki served as Curators-in-Residence at Abrons Arts Center and participated in the Interdisciplinary Art and Theory Program in New York.

Vierekkäiset muotokuvat kahdesta henkilöstä, Kiyoto Kosekista ja Laura Serejo Genesta.

Kuva: Laura Serejo Genes & Kiyoto Koseki.