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Helen Grogan

Investigating the performative potential of specific exhibition contexts and the politics of space, Grogan employs a combination of video, installation, performance and photography to enact choreographic interventions that operate in dialogue with activated sculptural forms.

Helen Grogan’s practice has been exhibited at Galerie Stadtpark in Krems (Austria), Art Gallery of New South Wales (Sydney), Biennale of Sydney, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Melbourne), National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne), Melbourne International Arts Festival, Rijksakademie in Amsterdam; Kontext Festival in Berlin, and Kulturhuse in Stockholm, among others.

Grogan studied philosophy and contemporary dance at Deakin University and The City University of New York, subsequently completing a Masters in choreography at The School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam School for The Arts.

Helen Grogan has collaborated with sound artist and composer Geoff Robinson on the activation of the space and recording of the work.

Geoff Robinson creates process-determined works that involve sound mapping and duration. His practice investigates the transformation of sonic experiences into form and the charting of time through reflected light works and sound performance.

Image: POEM (with insistence on plurality), Helen Grogan, 2015, installation view, Gertrude Glasshouse, Melbourne.

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