Helene Kazan

As an artist, writer and researcher my work investigates ‘risk’ as an integrated limit condition of conflict and capitalism, analysed at the intersection of international law and architecture. My research-based practice frames feminist, intersectional critical legal and creative methods through poetic testimony, as a means of expressing and translating the violent and disproportionate human and non-human effects of risk. I received my Doctorate at the Centre for Research Architecture, Goldsmiths University of London (2019), and was a Research Fellow at Forensic Architecture (2012-15). During 2018-2020 I was a Vera List Center Fellow at The New School, New York. Currently I’m a lecturer at Oxford Brookes University and a Tutor at the Royal College of Art, London. www.helenekazan.co.uk