Serena Viola Corson is a post-disciplinary artist living and working in Tallahassee, Florida. She was born in 1996 on the beach in North Carolina, but moved around the nation several times growing up with her single mom due to financial instability and the 2009 recession. In 2010, they found a home in a small timeless town on the East Coast of Central Florida. Her paintings show the relationships between women and non-binary people trying to survive under the many agonizing forms of late capitalism amidst the perishing environment. In a time where it's hard to imagine alternative structures of human life, she seeks to present a multiplicity of possible post-work utopias.