Helen Grogan, Installation for one viewer at a time (a contribution to Shelley Lasica’s VIANNE AGAIN), Studio D112, Monash Caulfield, Melbourne, Australia, 2012
Helen Grogan works as an artist and curator in Australia and Europe. She is concerned with performative, temporal and process-based art practice and research across the visual arts and contemporary performance. She studied Philosophy and Dance at Deakin University and The City University of New York before continuing this research at The School For New Dance Development, The Netherlands. Previous project contexts include Gertrude Contemporary (Melbourne), Kontext Festival (Berlin), Spring Dance (Utrecht), Rijksakademie, (Amsterdam), and Netherlands Institute for Media Kunst (Amsterdam), Shelley Lasica’s VIANNE AGAIN (Melbourne), La Mecedora (Mexico City/Amsterdam). Helen is co-director of Melbourne curatorial initiative, Open Archive. She is currently completing her Masters of Art Curatorship.
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