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current work
in my studio working on the series,'Drowned World'
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MOONSEED COLLECTIVE

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MOONSEED at the Spur Battery opened to live performances from the MOONSEED Collective on both 21 and 22 August, 4pm-5pm each day. The Installation will be open until 30th August.

 

Beyond that, visitors are invited to explore the space during exhibition times from 23 August, 10am-5pm. Discover further live experimental performances from Lunatraktors and Minimus. See full programme details for individual days.

Long-term collaborators Luke Birch, Anna Braithwaite and Helen Lindon (all based in Kent, UK) joined forces with Canadian dance artists Olivia C. Davies and Daisy Thompson to research and develop new ways of collaborating remotely following the cycles of the moon as their guide.

MOONSEED is an art installation that synchronises simultaneous live performances from around the world with pre-recorded digital artefacts to create new rituals dedicated to the moon and its cycles. At a time when space travel has become the theme park ride of choice for oligarchs and the United States’ deregulated entrepreneurial activity threatens to strip the moon of her mineral assets, the MOONSEED Collective embark on an urgent attempt to reclaim the mystery, beauty and splendour of our lunar body.

Venue: Spur Battery, Fort Amherst, Khartoum Road, Chatham ME4 4UB

with thanks to https://electricmedway.co.uk/ and www.free-range.co.uk

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DROWNED WORLD
 
A CONTEMPLATION ON CLIMATE CRISIS
 
WORKS ON PAPER
2 FILMS
 
by Helen Lindon
2009 - 2021
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Frances Tophill and a panel of gardeners, including me took part in this online conversation on Sunday 22 November 2020 

about rewilding our gardens, here is a link to the broadcast:

WILDLIFE GARDEN 2020

In late May 2020, Dover Arts Development (DAD) asked me and a group of their contributing artists about their experience of the lockdown and to share their work and thoughts. Here is a link to the DAD website:

FILM TRILOGY

 

JOANNA JONES
HELEN LINDON
CLARE SMITH

CHINESE WHISPERS
LIVE IMPROVISATION WITH THE MONTROSE COMPOSERS CLUB

 

IN THE LOOP...

IMPROVISATION @ RAMBERT

Helen Lindon
Anna Braithwaite
Luke Ahmet

 

DOVER ARTS DEVELOPMENT
PROJECTS

Helen Lindon is a member of the 

FOLKESTONE IS AN ART SCHOOL

 

faculty...

2 minute film trailer for DROWNED WORLD

TURNER CONTEMPORARY

The Montrose Composers Club, Anna Braithwaite and Helen Lindon performed 'Chinese Whispers' at Turner Contemporary, Margate Kent on 3RD JUNE as part of the Oscillate Festival 2017

RAMBERT DANCE COMPANY

Luke Ahmet collaborated with composer and singer Anna Braithwaite, and fine artist Helen Lindon. 

 

Through sound and images, they worked together to explore looping and patterns in our own behavioural movement, what can trigger a loop within us from movement, and how it feels to be left out of a loop.

 

Exhibition

68 Kinnerton Street, SW1X

Nov 4 - Dec 12 2019

10am-6pm.

"I was truly thrilled to support The Blue Marine Foundation in their extraordinary and important work, by taking part in this exhibition in London."

A project so close to my heart and my art...

The Charity exists to combat over-fishing and the destruction of biodiversity by delivering practical conservation solutions, including the creation of large-scale marine reserves. 

 

35 Extraordinary Talented Artists are exhibiting work in support of BLUE. 

 

Curated by Nico Kos Earle for The Blue Marine Foundation.


 

PROFOUND SOUND 2020

NEW APPOINTMENT WITH DAD

I am delighted to be a DAD Guardian

Since the 1970s I have been a part of the Green Movement and over the last ten years my art practice has been to make a body of work about Climate Change and Sea Level Rise. The scientific facts are so many, so difficult to comprehend, are so changeable and so frightening that they seem too big to absorb, so I strive to embody them experientially, as if like Turner, I were strapped to the mast of a ship sailing into the apocalypse.

Sublimity is reunion with the spiritual self through the contemplation of nature - through making my work I endeavour to make visual the effects on us of future climate change.

short trailer above