Helen Benigson is a multi-media British artist who creates moving-image and performance work concerned with the body, (m)otherhood and online identities.

Helen Benigson is the winner of the Procreate Mother Art Prize 2020,  part of the Zabludowicz Collection and Julia Stoschek Collection. Her work was shown at the Serpentine Galleries, London, Tate Modern, London, Kunst Museum, Bonn and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.

Helen Benigson has performed at Frieze Art Fair, London and Performa in New York.

She co-founded the Ruskin Centre for performance at Oxford University and she has just completed a practice-led PhD in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art, supervised by Eve Ess, Corin Sworn and John Cussans.

Procreate and be a mother … – Helen Benigson and Paola Lucente

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