Helen Storey Foundation is a London based, project funded not for profit arts organisation, inspiring new ways of thinking across art, science, design and technology.
Visit HSF archive for a summary of works, including fashion, since 1983 OPEN> 2015 ... We have begun long term comprehensive archiving. To view, newly archived images go to tumblr for weekly posts Tumblr For other project images go to flickr
Primitive Streak. A science-art collaboration elucidating 10 key events in human embryonic development by artist/designer Helen Storey (London College of Fashion) and biologist Kate Storey (University of Dundee). OPEN>
Launching at St Pancras International, London. November 26th to 29th
Helen explores the way we think about and act upon climate change
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The Wonderland exhibition brings together the worlds of art and science. By working together, Professor Tony Ryan, OBE, PVC Faculty of Science, University of Sheffield and Helen Storey have been able to use their different backgrounds to present new ideas on the application of science and discover practical solutions to current ethical issues. OPEN>
Catalytic Clothing, continuing the collaboration between Helen and Tony, is a radical project that brings together the worlds of fashion, art, design, technology and chemistry with the potential to clean the air we breathe.June 18th 2015, a new schools tour - click
A new work, between Helen and the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) and London College of Fashion. It has been produced by world renowned Berengo Studio, in Venice. Dress of Glass and Flame will be shown at Manchester Art Galler on October 27th. OPEN> Films can be viewed here.
Eye & I is a powerful collaboration and public installation between Helen Storey and neuroscientist Jim Coan, (University of Virginia). What happens when humans communicate using only real eye contact?. See film. In 2015 with Goldsmiths College London we are developing the work with new audiences from the edges of society.
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