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East London Printmakers

Helen Elizabeth

Helen examines the relationship between the human and more-than human at this critical time for life on Earth, exploring human-nonhuman assemblage where the vitality and energy of materials, natural processes and elements contribute to the making of the work, raising questions about power, agency, and interdependence. Helen works onsite, immersing herself in the environments she is researching and drawing on a full range of sensory and emotional responses to question and communicate the multiple ways we come to ‘know’. She explores processes of loss, decay, repair, and renewal with key themes associated with materiality, deep time, impermanence, and change. Helen is an artist, activist and clinical psychologist based in London. She completed her MA Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell College, UAL in 2021 where she won the East London Printmakers Marketing Award. Her work, 'Unseasonable', 2021, was nominated for the 8th International Marianne Brandt Award 2022. She has had her work featured in the journal 'Explorations in Climate Psychology' and presented at the IMPACT 12 International Printmaking Conference 2022.

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