Selected Works

Helen Cammock, The Long Note, 2018, HD video, 1 hour 40 mins. Courtesy of Turner Contemporary. Photography by Stuart Leech
Helen Cammock, The Long Note (film still), 2018, HD video, 1 hour 40 mins
Helen Cammock, The Long Note (film still), 2018, HD video, 1 hour 40 mins
Helen Cammock, The Long Note, 2018, HD video, 1 hour 40 mins. Courtesy of Turner Contemporary. Photography by Stuart Leech
Helen Cammock, The Long Note (film still), 2018, HD video, 1 hour 40 mins
Helen Cammock, installation view of Turner Prize 2019. Courtesy of Turner Contemporary. Photography by Stuart Leech
Helen Cammock, Shouting in Whispers: This is Not a Love Song, 2017, screen print on paper, 102 x 72 cm
Helen Cammock, performance for the Turner Prize 2019, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
Installation view of Helen Cammock, Che si può fare, Whitechapel Gallery, 2019 © Whitechapel Gallery, Photo: Stephen White
Helen Cammock, Chorus I (film still), 2019, HD video, 1 hour 20 mins
Helen Cammock, performance, Che si può fare (What can be done), Collezione Maramotti, 2019. Courtesy Collezione Maramotti and Reggio Emilia. Photography by Emiliano Barbieri & Emanuele Paganelli.
Helen Cammock, performance, Che si può fare (What can be done), Collezione Maramotti, 2019. Courtesy Collezione Maramotti and Reggio Emilia. Photography by Emiliano Barbieri & Emanuele Paganelli.
Helen Cammock, Che si può fare (What can be done), Collezione Maramotti, 2019. Courtesy Collezione Maramotti and Reggio Emilia. Photography credit Dario Lasagni.
Helen Cammock, Che si può fare (What can be done), Collezione Maramotti, 2019. Courtesy Collezione Maramotti and Reggio Emilia. Photography credit Dario Lasagni.
Helen Cammock, Chorus I (film still), 2019, HD video, 1 hour 20 mins
Installation view of Helen Cammock, Che si può fare, Whitechapel Gallery, 2019 © Whitechapel Gallery, Photo: Stephen White
Helen Cammock, Harp, 2019, vinyl cut print, 63 x 91.5 cm
Helen Cammock, performance, Whitechapel Gallery, Che Si Puo Fare. Photography credit Dan Weill.
Installation view of Helen Cammock, Che si può fare, Whitechapel Gallery, 2019 © Whitechapel Gallery, Photo: Stephen White
Helen Cammock, performance, Whitechapel Gallery, Che Si Puo Fare. Photography credit Dan Weill.
Helen Cammock, Shouting in Whispers , installation view, Cubitt, 2017. Photo Sebastiano Luciano. Courtesy of Cubitt
Helen Cammock, Slide Re-enactment; a proposition, 2017
Helen Cammock, from the series Slide Re-enactment, 2017, print series, screen print on paper, 100 x 70 cm
Helen Cammock, from the series Slide Re-enactment, 2017, print series, screen print on paper, 100 x 70 cm
Helen Cammock, Slide Re-enactment; a proposition, 2017
Helen Cammock, There's a Hole in the Sky Part II, 2016, digital film, 11 minutes
Helen Cammock, There's a Hole in the Sky Part Part I, 2016, digital film, 19 minutes 6 seconds
Helen Cammock, Untitled, 2015, screen print, 56 x 76 cm
Helen Cammock, Changing Room, 2014, digital HD film, 14 minutes

Press

Born 1970 in Staffordshire, lives and works in London.
SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2019 Che Si Può Fare (What Can be Done) , Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy
There’s a Hole in The Sky Part II, Stair/Slide/Space: Love Kept Us Warm, John Hansard Gallery, Southhampton, UK
Che Si Può Fare (What Can be Done), Whitechapel Gallery, London
Radio Ballads, Serpentine Galleries project with curators Amal Khalif and Lizzie Graham
Equal Shares, Commission with Film and Video Umbrella, Touchstones, Rochdale and Photographers Gallery, London
The Long Note, VOID, Derry, Northern Ireland
The Long Note, Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin
The Sound of Words, Reading International, Reading, UK
2017 Shouting in Whispers, Cubitt , London
2013 Reach out and Touch Me, Hollybush Gardens, London
20/12 London Art Now, curated by Armesden, Lodge Park National Trust, UK
 Che Si Può Fare (What Can be Done) , Collezione Maramotti, Reggio Emilia, Italy
SELECTED PERFORMANCES
 2019 Collective Intimacy, The Showroom, London
Che Si Può Fare, Whitechapel Gallery, London
Queers Read This (3), (Performance: Freedom Song and Shouting in Whispers), ICA, London
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2019 Turner Prize 2019 shortlist, Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
Exercises in Style, A Plus A Gallery, Venice, Italy
Super Black, FirstSite, Colchester, UK
Get Up Stand Up, Somerset House, London
2018 More of an Avalanche, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, UK
2017 Precarious Art: Artificial Boundaries I, 198 Gallery, London & Alfra Nova Galerie Futura, Berlin, Germany
Precarious Art: Artificial Boundaries II, 198 Gallery, London & Alfra Nova Galerie Futura, Berlin, Germany
2016 Carte De Visite, Hollybush Gardens , London
2014 Scene, Pitzhanger Manor Gallery, London
2013 You don’t need a weather man to know which way the wind blows, Hollybush Gardens, London
Reach out and Touch Me, Hollybush Gardens, London
2012 20/12 London Art Now, Lodge Park National Trust, Gloucestershire, UK
2010 Unitary Structures, STEW gallery and studio, Norwich, UK
Undercurrents, Brighton Photo Fringe Festival, UK
2009 Itchy Scratchy, Permanent gallery, Brighton, UK
EDUCATION
2009-11 MA Photography, Royal College of Art
2005-08 BA Photography, University of Brighton
1989-92 BA Sociology, University of Sussex
AWARDS, COMMISSIONS & RESIDENCIES
2018 Max Mara Art Prize for Women (Whitechapel Gallery)
Beyond Words – Commission and Residency – Book Works, London and Freedom Festival, Hull City of Culture
Tetley Art Intensive Performance residency with Nikhil Chopra, Leeds
2017 Photoworks artist led project (commission)  Into The Outside
2016 Fresh Milk International Residency, Barbados
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS 
2019 Che Si Può Fare (What Can be done), exhibition catalogue and vinyl, published by Whitechapel Gallery, London
2017 Moveable Bridge, Commissioned as part of Beyond Words by the Freedom Festival Arts Trust, Hull Culture and Leisure Library ,Published by Book Works, London
2013 Power, Mark, ’21- Brighton University 21st photography celebration book- selected book of most interesting alumni
2011 Image Perspectives, RCA Photography catalogue, Published by Black Dog, London
SELECTED PRESS 
2019 Che Si Può Fare, Arts Newspaper, Ben Luke
The Long Note, Exhibition review, Frieze Magazine
2017/18 Essay in Photoworks Annual
Fite-Wassilak, Chris, Book Review, Art Monthly
Fite-Wassilak, Chris, Artist profile, Art Monthly
2016 Issue IV, The Photographers Gallery
Commissioned article for Photoworks, Sept 2015
2013 21 – Brighton University 21st photography celebration book – selected book of most interesting alumni, ed. Mark Power, June 2013.
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