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Helen Lindon(Contributor)

…not survive. My work is a contemplation of this unknowable future…” Helen Lindon has exhibited her work mainly in London Galleries and has worked as an Associate Lecturer within The University of the Arts, London: Art & Architecture at The Byam Shaw / Central Saint Martins College of Art, Colour and Communication at London College of Communication and researched and delivered Study Support at Central Saint Martins College of Art. She ha…

…experience. We hope to do another collaboration some time in the future. (Helen Lindon) Exhibition: 22 October – 24 October, Lindon Studio, Folkestone with breakfast served in the space on the last day. Well worth coming to this lovely cosy gallery. A beautiful exhibition full of sea, salt and femininity. A huge thank you for sharing this work. It is rarer than I would wish to experience work that both draws you in and sends you out seeing…

…tion and with the hanging of the exhibition.” Joanna then introduced Helen Lindon, who DAD had invited to talk about the paintings in the exhibition, with a quote from Helen herself : “As I make my work I see, hear and feel the sea churning and pounding…relentlessly rising and falling through all seasons and all weathers. I love it and fear it and wonder at it – in awe of its immense power and beauty. The sea defences here are constantly und…

…lly engaged from beginning to end and did some wonderful, wonderful work. (Helen Lindon) Day 2: ‘To Infinity and Beyond” We started the session with another slide presentation and talked about infinity and fractals in nature. It started with a picture of broccoli which caused very strong reactions! The students thoroughly enjoyed seeing what fractals were and we developed the idea that they could be tiny (down a microscope) and that th…

…) I have thoroughly enjoyed working with you both over the last few days. (Helen Lindon) Had a wonderful watercolour workshop today at the Yacht Club…thank you DAD. (Victoria Pasquino) The work produced was beautiful, so sorry things conspired that I couldn’t join in but very glad to have seen both the exhibition and the work made by everyone who took part! (Anita Luckett) A truly inspiring day ……so wonderful to have access to the yach…

…ne 2 by Helen Lindon (St Mary’s CEP, Dover): DAD_STEAM_poster_zine_2_helen lindon Zine 3 by Ben Hunt (Temple Ewell Primary School): DAD_STEAM_poster_zine_3_benjamin hunt Zine 4 by Chloe Mead (St Richards Primary School): DAD_STEAM_poster_zine_4_chloe mead Zine 5 by Cherry Truluck (Goodwin Academy): DAD_STEAM_poster_zine_5_cherry truluck Zine 6 by Cordelia Scott (University of Kent): DAD_STEAM_poster_zine_6_cordelia scott Zine 7 by Clare Smit…

DAD @ SALT(Update)

…commissioned film A Parable for Endeavour (40 mins) by Joanna Jones, Helen Lindon and Clare Smith was shown at the Quarterhouse at noon on October 2nd as well as at the Lindon Studios as part of the Exhibition As far as we can see. The film, which is shot in Dover, is supported by SALT and Dover Town Council through DAD and the first responses have been enthusiastic. Your film is a delight. One the best ‘art’ films I’ve seen. Abs…

…ouncil, as individual artists, together with Folkestone-based artist Helen Lindon, to make a new work. The result is a 40-min film, A Parable for Endeavour, which was shown as part of ‘As far as we can see’, in the Lindon Space and screened at the Quarterhouse and has been invited to be part of the International women’s day programme at Kings College Cambridge on March 11th 2017. DAD has left a rich legacy of outputs from the last 10 years,…

…Caspar Krabo, Sharon Zelenczuk, Moira Eddy, Chris Burke, Fleur Whitfield, Helen Lindon, Clare Smith and Joanna Jones, all participants in the Land & Sea watercolour workshop , donated one or two works made during the day for inclusion in a Land & Sea project commemorative book. The book, which includes the poems that were read at the opening of the Land & Sea exhibition, has been left with the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club in the Lord…

…avour (40mins) is a collaborative moving image piece made by Joanna Jones, Helen Lindon and Clare Smith. It was shot on location in Dover, commissioned for SALT, a Festival of the sea and the environment 2016, Folkestone and supported by Dover Town Council as part of the Pebbles Project. Funny, philosophical, visually stimulating with an extraordinary soundtrack. The film is surprising and mind-fizzing revealing the making of delicate and intrigui…