Lucine Serhan is a Palestinian, Lebanon-born artist and community art educator with a background in theater, television production and film directing. She has collaborated on multiple creative oral history and storytelling projects with refugees and sedentary communities with nomadic lifestyles. Lucine uses puppetry and storytelling as a social means of action to address identity, displacement, belonging and memory. She is a founder of beit byout, a cultural organisation which integrates art with storytelling to explore the Arabic language and culture.
Reverie: Grandma's Lullaby
12" x 12"
Acrylic paint and clay on paper
"An exceptional experience. Time passing despite the pause. A distinct feeling of isolation. My thoughts drift to the magic of my grandmother’s lullaby. A beautiful dream within this terrible dream." L.S.