Helen Dowling creates video installations, images and sculptures that engage with the the language of editing, emotion, mimesis, anthropomorphism and the empathic capacity of moving image. She studied at Goldsmiths, University of London, and Slade School of Fine Art, London, and participated in residencies at Via Farini, Rijksakademie and Fondazione Antonio Ratti. In 2016, her work has been exhibited in Close-Up, EYE Filmmuseum, Amsterdam. Recent presentations include exhibitions at Kazachenko’s Appartment, Oslo 2015; Artericambi, Turin 2015; Tale of a Tub, Rotterdam 2015, (curated by Suzanne Wallinga); University of Toronto); and Villa Romana (Florence 2014). She has received awards from The Henry Moore Foundation, Fellowship Cees en Inge de Bruin-Heijn and Cecchi as part of VISIO – European Workshop on Artists’ Moving Images in Florence (2014).