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TEA/SUPER-CONNECT
NATIONAL TAIWAN MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS

A large-scale installation of Helen’s collaborative work with Peta Clancy, ‘The Body is a Big Place’ has opened at the NATIONAL TAIWAN MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS as part of TEA/Super-Connect. The installation includes an immersive video projection alongside new video edits of the heart perfusion performances undertaken by the artists over the last 2 years in Slovenia, Dublin and Sydney, with soundscape by Gail Priest.

Curated by Shu-Min Lin

10 Aug – 27 Oct 2013

2, Sec. 1
Wu-Chuan West Road
40359 Taichung
Taiwan

TEA/Super-Connect


BRAINS: THE MIND AS MATTER
MACHESTER MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY

Helen’s work ‘Headache’ is included in this major exhibition exploring what humans have done to brains in the name of science, medicine and cultural meaning. A detail from Helen’s work has been used to promote the exhibition widely.

Curated by Marius Kwint

26 Jul 2013 – 4 Jan 2014

Liverpool Road
Castlefield
Manchester M3 4FP
United Kingdom

Brains: The Mind as Matter


NATURE RESERVES
GV ART, LONDON

Helen has two works in this group exhibition examining human understandings of the natural environment. Artists represented in the exhibition draw on a rich range of archival material. Curated by Tom Jeffreys 25 Jul – 13 Sept 2013 49 Chiltern Street
London W1U 6LY
United Kingdom
Tube – Baker Street

Nature Reserves