Location: Waterlooville/United Kingdom
Conceptual, Curating, Installation, Performance, Video
Helena Eflerová is a professional multidisciplinary artist who employs direct dialogue between artist and viewer, utilising physical engagement and non-verbal language as communication. Her Fine Art Masters Degree research explored the fusion of underwater live performance, video installation and human prenatal theories by combining five disciplines: Live Art, Butoh, Prenatal/Peri-natal Psychology, Bio-science and Apnea.
Eflerová has shown work in universities, art galleries, off-site, non-gallery/heritage and site-specific environments. Acquiring numerous commissions and exhibitions in the UK and abroad including: ‘Trimester’ at Para Haus Contemporary Art Exhibition (Parallel to the São Paulo Art Biennial, São Paulo, Brazil 2010); ‘Hunter/Hunted’ at Mottisfont (the National Trust and Arts Council England 2012); ‘Anima/Animus’ at Winchester Cathedral (10 days Creative Collisions and Arts Council England 2013); ‘Faces’ at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard (The Portsmouth Festivities, National Royal Navy Museum and Arts Council England 2014) and ‘Embodied Vistas’ at A.P.T. Gallery & Studios (Creekside Discovery Centre and Arts Council England 2014).