Selina Roman
Personal experience, dreams, fashion, as well as religious and cultural iconographies visually inform my work. I adopt objects and rituals from other cultures and use them in my work to locate myself within the context of feminine identity. My own cultural hybridization lays the groundwork for continued examination of these experiences. Using formal and conceptual methods such as staged and straight photography, appropriation, sound and video, my work confronts established perceptions and norms, and offers a new framework for contemplation.

Current and Upcoming Exhibitions:

"Where the Grass is Green and the Girls are Pretty" at Tempus Projects in Tampa, FL. On view from August 29 - Oct. 9, 2015
Tempus Projects

"Constructing Identities: Histories We Thought We Recognized" at the Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance, Miami, FL. On view from Sept. 18 - October 30, 2015. Opening reception on Sept. 18, 7-9 p.m.

"From Eternity to Here," 501 Gallery in Tampa, FL. On view Oct. 26 - Nov. 13, 2015.


Winner of Creative Loafing's "Best of the Bay"!
Best of the Bay

Lenscratch profile for the States Project

Creative Loafing feature article on my motel project, "Please Disturb".
The Inn Crowd

Please check out my new experimental site