Helen Cammock works across moving image, photography, writing, poetry, spoken word, song, performance, printmaking and installation. She is interested in histories, storytelling and the excavation, re-interpretation and re-presentation of lost, unheard and buried voices. Helen uses her own writing, literature, poetry, philosophical and other found texts, often mapping them onto social and political situations.
Cammock's new work has been commissioned by us as part of our 30th birthday programme and formed the basis of an exhibition, They Call It Idlewild that opened at Wysing on 29 February 2020. For more information about They Call It Idlewild, please click here.
Helen Cammock's residency and exhibition are supported by Arts Council England and Art Fund.