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Art Projects & Forensic Investigations

Seran Kubisa is an award-winning artist for innovation in Public Art


Forensic Investigations

International investigations collects fragments from objects and places to create a vast archive of historical, personal and social memories examined through science. The in-depth award-winning forensic investigations is inspiring site-specific works, public art and

architectural projections. 


‘Recall' Film, Lottery funded through Arts Council England with patron funding. Cinema and Architectural projections film 'Recall'

'Treasure Island: A Forensic Investigation of a City' Arts Council and SEEDA Arts + Development and Final Award for Innovation 

in Public art. With additional patron funding


250 people, 12 organisations and 6 historians. A social dissection of a city through five years of investigations and 160 microscopic artworks created through the use of fine art approaches combined with new technology. The investigated artefacts range from 1545 to 20th Century. With 204 artefacts catalogued and fragments collected for experimentation

'Gift Cubes' - A Hybrid Gift Package/Crate​ Investigation and designs for a multiple sculpture trail in Hull and East Riding 'Gift Cubes' Arts Council England

'Sea Essence' 

Coutts Bank London Investigation, exhibition, site-specific commission for offices. Interior projections onto Coutts Bank London in attendance by HRH Princess Royal

‘Mystères des Mémoires’ Winning Laureate Commission. Investigation, sound and installation in a cave in France

'Treasure Island' landscaping and sculpture

designs for parks and gardens bid with Portsmouth City Council to CABE

Installation of library cabinets, London

Painted and sculpture installation at Aspex Gallery

Colour consultant to an award winning parks project London. London borough of Bexley 

Public art designs from the Treasure island project advised by Jason Bruges studios, London

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