Luis Andrés Serrano

Colrana, or Luis Andrés Serrano (he/him), is an interdisciplinary latino artist residing in Surrey, BC. Colrana predominantly works through the context of memory, play and systems. He employs multiple mediums including video, sound, programming and performance in his work. His current obsession lies in mapping, revisiting, and recontextualizing his memory and the surrounding memories that overlap with his own.

Luis’ work has been screened at XINEMA and exhibited at James Black Gallery. His latest film Homebody (2024) dissects his childhood home through the hands of a disembodied scientist and was a part of the To Map Alongside Belonging programme launching Gallery Gachet's community screen.

Colrana's current projects involve real-time generation of videos that are self-enclosed systems. Common subjects include the everyday and sites that hold particular memories to him. He visually gravitates towards layered and semi-distinguishable figures in order to create both a familiar recollection of the original material and to capture how memory is not completely perfect in its recreations of an owner's life.