Helen Dixon

Helen works primarily with the cyanotype photographic process, prints made with water and light. Her research focuses on weather processes, this constant and shifting energy. The structured methods and framework for measuring and categorising weather do not offer a true sense of phenomena that is wholly temporary, shapeless and in constant flux. In recent works, autographic line and ink drawings take the place of a photographic negative and are exposed to produce the cyanotype print.

Exhibitions in 2018: 166th Annual Open Exhibition at the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol, Wells Art Contemporary at Bishop’s Palace & Gardens in Somerset, the 250th Summer Exhibition at Royal Academy of Art in London, neo:Proof Print Exhibition/Exchange with neo:Gallery in Bolton and the Bainbridge Open at ASC Gallery, London.