Belfast-based artist Helena Hamilton works both visually and sonically. Her practice crosses the lines between creating objects, sound, digital interaction, and action/performance. Her current research focuses on creating works between digital and physical environments while negotiating the relationship between the sonic and visual.
Helena has previously exhibited and performed in both gallery spaces and contemporary music/sound festivals across UK & Ireland as well as Berlin, Rome, Tokyo and New York.
Recent solo exhibitions include: Virtual Matter [Ambient], Naughton Gallery, Belfast, NI (2022); Semblance and Event, Millennium Court Arts Centre, NI/The Agency Gallery, London (2018). Showcases include: Digital Design Weekend, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (2017). Recent artist residencies include: Art Centre Ongoing, Tokyo, Japan (2016); Goldsmiths University of London, EAVI Group (2015).
Helena received an MA in Sonic Arts (Queens University Belfast, 2014) and holds a BA Honours degree in Fine Art (University of Ulster, 2009). She is currently completing a PhD at Sonic Arts Research Centre, QUB.