1982 · United Kingdom
Helen Dowling was born in 1982, in Windsor (GB). She lives and works in Delft (NL) and Brussels (BE). Dowling studied at Goldsmiths and Slade School of Fine Arts in London, after which she did residencies with Via Farini (IT), Fondazione Antonio Ratti (IT), and also the two-year residency program of the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam (NL). Recent presentations with works of Helen Dowling include Open Skies, Wiels, Brussels (2019, BE); Stranger on display, GEM, The Hague (solo, 2019, NL); Whatever’s there, tegenboschvanvreden, Amsterdam (solo, 2017, NL); Cities at the Center for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow (2017, UK); Physical Fiction at the Garage in Rotterdam (2016, NL); Che il vero possa confutare il falso at Palazzo Pubblico, Santa Maria della Scala, Accademia Fisiocritici, Siena (2016, IT); Dark Palms at Studio Amaro, Naples (2016, IT) and Close-Up – A new generation of film and video artists in the Netherlands, EYE Film Museum, Amsterdam, (2016, NL). Dowling’s work is part of private and public collections in the Netherlands and abroad.