Helen Stratford

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Cambridge, United Kingdom


2003, 2004, 2005


Sept 2004 - Feb 2005

Born 1972 in Bath.

Studied architecture at the University of Sheffield and at the University of Cambridge. Masters of Arts in architecture and critical theory at the University of Nottingham. She is currently working as an architectural designer at 5th Studio, Cambridge, gives lectures at Edinburgh and Cambridge Universities and is doing research in architectural and critical theory. Her work is located between performance art, architecture and writing.

Selected projects: “Collective Assemblages, Embodiment and Enunciations” (presentation at the conference Barnard Feminist Art and Art History, Colombia University, NY, 2000), “Presences: a user’s guide” (performance, Architecture Foundation, London, 2001), “Talking in assemblages: pass-words as embodied, utterings and imaginings” (performance at conference “Immanent Choreographies – Deleuze and Neo Aesthetics, Tate Modern, London, 2001), “different voices”/”washing up” (performance at event “taking place 2”, University of London, 2002), “pater-noster-phobia” (installation at “taking place 3”, University of Sheffield, 2002).

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