Helena Goldwater makes performance art and paintings. Her performances often last many hours and her paintings can take months to complete. This dedication to process is a way of exploring how concepts can be developed over time to inhabit something ‘other’, questioning the positioning of subjectivity and transforming the everyday into a devotional act. Her work has been shown at many galleries and festivals, nationally and internationally, including: 1st Venice International Performance Art Week, Italy; Tate [Britain + Liverpool]; and de Appel, Amsterdam. She has recently co-curated (with Rob La Frenais, Alex Eisenberg/ Live Art Development Agency) an online resource about 1980s UK-based Performance Art event.