Marcos Serafim (b. Brazil) is a filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist working with video and sound across theatrical exhibition, installation and performance. His work dives into a wide range of subjects, including religion, queerness and technology.
He has exhibited work at the 5th Ghetto Bienalle in Haiti, Oscar Niemeyer Museum in Brazil, Flux Factory and the Queens Museum in NY, and Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at MSU.
His work has been screened in film festivals including Cine Esquema Novo Film Festival (Audience Choice Second Best Short), Israel`s Horn Festival for Experimental Films (Jury’s Second Prize), Northampton Film Festival in Massachusetts (Honorable Mention) and Faito Doc Festival in Italy (Young Jury’s Honorable Mention).
Serafim holds a BA in Film and Video from Parana State University in Brazil, an MA in Studio Art from Eastern Illinois University and is currently a Master of Fine Arts candidate at Michigan State University’s Department of Art, Art History and Design.