Announcing projectVOX POWER zine editor Helen Cammock

Artist Helen Cammock kick-starts the theprojectVOX Zine series with a provocation on POWER, calling Camden Communities to share their response online and through creative workshops exploring visual image and text.

To respond to Helen's question: 'When one wall falls another appears - so where is my hammer - and who will help me build', you can take part in a projectVOX workshop, meet with projectVOX writer in residence and submit your own response for a chance to be featured in the projectVOX zine. 

Helen Cammock uses photography, video, poetry, writing, performance, printmaking and installation in her work. Cammock’s heavily researched, multi-media work, which embraces film, photography and print-making, addresses themes of social justice and ideas related to historical cycles.

Share your response

Send your own written response which may be from one sentence in length to 400 words by Friday 13th April to: 

Take part online and tweet your response in 280 characters with #projectVOX @QuietDownThere @LoveCamden

Helen Cammock
Helen Cammock

“Thinking about who represents whom, and for whom, is key to my practice. I am interested in stories that contribute to a broader understanding of the fabric of contemporary society. This includes legacies that have brought us to this point in national and global frameworks of existence. I look to explore the relationship between the individual and collective lived experience, in relation to the structural frameworks that are both political and social, through the still and moving image. My personal experience and my understanding of contemporary and historical contexts inform the fragmented narratives that contribute to the stories I tell.”

Helen Cammock lives and works in London. She graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2011. She recently presented a solo show titled Shouting in Whispers at Cubitt, London (Oct -Nov 2017), and her work has recently been exhibited and screened at venues including Serpentine Cinema Series, Serpentine Galleries, (2016); Tate Artists Moving Image Screening Programme, Tate Britain (2015); The Tetley, Leeds (2017); Open Source Contemporary Arts Festival (2016); and at Hollybush Gardens Gallery, London (2015/16). Cammock has had work published in The Photographers’ Gallery journal Loose Associations and recently published an artist book and vinyl 12” with Bookworks, London, in April 2017. She has written for Photoworks and Aperture magazine and was shortlisted for the Bridport poetry prize in 2015. She is currently working on a project with Serpentine Galleries and has an upcoming solo show at Void, Derry Oct 2018. She will be working on the project Novel as part of Reading International in 2019 and is shortlisted for the 7th edition of Max Mara Art Prize for Women.