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Eunice by Helen Elizabeth

Eunice by Helen Elizabeth

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Screen etch sugar lift on paper

80 x 115 cm

AP 1/5, Ed 10


Certificate of Authenticity

  • Artist Statement

    Helen’s practice examines the relationship between the human and more-than human at this critical time. She explores 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, interdependence and a ‘de-centering’ of the human, as possibility.


    She works onsite, immersing herself in the environments she is researching, drawing on a full range of sensory, emotional, and bodily responses to question and communicate the multiple ways we come to ‘know’. She views her practice as series of encounters and collaborations with non-humans, exploring processes of loss, decay, repair, and renewal with key themes are associated with materiality, deep time, impermanence, and change.

  • Artist Bio

    Helen is an artist, activist and psychologist based in London. She exhibits her work regularly in London and is a member of Women Eco Artists Dialogue, Ecoartspace, Carbon-Borders-Voices and Regroup Collective. Her work, ‘Unseasonable’, 2021 was nominated for the 8th International Marianne Brandt Award, 2022 and she was the recipient of the East London Printmakers Prize in 2021 for her MA showcase. Her works were published in the ‘Explorations in Climate Psychology’ Journal, April 2022 and she has completed environmental residencies with Camp-fr and Aark-Fi. Helen completed her MA Fine Art Printmaking at Camberwell College, UAL in 2021.

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