Helen Kaplinsky

Helen is an independent curator based in Helsinki (FI). She is undertaking practice-based research at the Exhibition Research Lab at Liverpool John Moores University (UK) with the provisional title ‘Monstrous subjectivities: A re-evaluation of the posthuman in born-digital storytelling’, supervised by Joasia Krysa.

Her most recent exhibitions include ‘GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary’ at Science Gallery London (2020) and ‘Alembic’, a collaboration between project space Res., Goldsmiths University and ICA (London, 2016-18).

Publications include a forthcoming chapter for ‘Curating with Care (Routledge) a narrative fictional text on the work of artist Erica Scourti in ‘Statemachines’ (Institute of Network Culture, 2018), ‘Collections management on the blockchain: A return to the principles of the museum’ in ‘Artists Re:thinking the Blockchain’ (Liverpool University Press, 2017).

She is a trustee at Lewisham Art House (London) and lectures on curating and fine art courses internationally.

CV: https://www.catalysti.fi/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Helen-Kaplinsky-1-page-CV.pdf
City: Helsinki
Artfields: Art Management, Curating, Media Art, Multidisciplinary, Visual arts
Interested in organising workshops: Yes
Interested in art coordination: Yes