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Helen Grogan
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Helen Grogan

Helen Grogan has a spatial practice that encompasses photography/video, sculpture, score and choreography. She is currently focused on the performative potential of space(s) and our observation within them. As an extension of her experience and research within cross-contextual frames, Grogan also undertakes curatorial and research projects. Grogan is currently a studio artist at Gertrude Contemporary. Recent works have been exhibited at Australian Centre for Contemporary Art; Melbourne International ArtsFestival; National Gallery of Victoria International (Melbourne Now); Liquid Architecture – The Ear is a Brain; West-Space; Gertrude Contemporary; Slopes; Margaret Lawrence Gallery; West Space; ALASKA PROJECTS (Sydney); and KULTURHUSET (Stockholm). Helen Grogan initially studied Philosophy and Contemporary Dance concurrently at Deakin University then The City University of New York. From 2001-­2005 she continued this research at The School For New Dance Development, Amsterdam School for The Arts.

Artist website: http://www.helengrogan.com

SETTING FOR RESETTING (installing gaps)

A sculptural overlay punctuating motion pathways built into the interiors of cultural institutions. This project part of the ASSEMBLY symposium event Program