Helena Ferreira (por)
Helena Ferreira (Lisbon, 1982) is a visual artist and develops her work in the field of installation, video, and drawing. Her body of work concerns the unfolding of space, the suspension of time or the deconstruction of the image to reflect on the way we can overlap distinct or complementary points of view, or even different times superimposed in a single moment. To explore these issues, she often works upon the projection as a material, as a theme and animistic phenomenon and not, exclusively, as a technological or audiovisual medium. Over the past decade Helena Ferreira has shown her artwork in Portugal and abroad, has curated art exhibitions, has been invited to present conferences, seminars and workshops. She has authored articles and book chapters, as well as co-edited essay books and catalogues. Helena was also co-coordinator of the Post-Screen: International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures between 2013 and 2017. She is graduated in Sculpture by the Faculty of Fine Arts of Lisbon University and is currently waiting for her PhD dissertation in Art and Multimedia in the same university, having been supported with an FCT scholarship.