Helen’s studio is on the South East coast of England a few metres from the shore, looking out to sea.
“As I make my work I see, hear and feel the sea churning and pounding…relentlessly rising and falling through all seasons and all weathers. I love it and fear it and wonder at it – in awe of its immense power and beauty. The sea defences here are constantly under stress from the crashing waves and in the not too distant future, the relationship between land and sea will change dramatically – the ice caps are melting, sea levels are rising and wild, extreme weather conditions are becoming familiar.
Climate change is no longer science fiction – it is fact, and our beautiful blue planet is transforming herself into a habitat where the human race might not survive.
My work is a contemplation of this unknowable future…”
Helen Lindon has exhibited her work mainly in London Galleries and has worked as an Associate Lecturer within The University of the Arts, London: Art & Architecture at The Byam Shaw / Central Saint Martins College of Art, Colour and Communication at London College of Communication and researched and delivered Study Support at Central Saint Martins College of Art. She has co-led artist led workshops for students and pupils at The Serpentine Gallery, Tate Britain and The Metropole Galleries.
She worked with DAD on the STEAM Universe project and with Folkestone is an Art School delivering colour workshops as part of the Folkestone Triennial.
- Helen Lindon
- Art in the Park – Kearsney Interpreted Artists Films
- Park Bench Video Preview
- The Park Bench Project gets under way
- The Park Bench Project
- Pebbles Screening event at Dover’s Silver Screen Cinema
- STEAM POSTER AND ZINE
- A Parable for Endeavour
- Steam Zine
- To Infinity and Beyond
- STEAM UNIVERSE IN-SCHOOL WORKSHOPS
- Big Steam Day: Pupil Voice
- Big Steam Day
- DAD @ SALT
- a tangible reminder, a souvenir, of the collaborative work ‘Weathertime’.
- Weathertime Premiere
- A Table of Elements
- Land & Sea Exhibition Opening: An evening of art poetry and song
- Land and Sea exhibition