Helen’s work combines notions of visual spatial perception with the resonance of memory-based landscapes and issues around distancing, and proximity. Her work considers our perception of space and the space between, as we coexist. Landscapes reflect the emotive personal associations we bring to the places we encounter throughout our lives, whilst geometric forms analyse the mathematical quantifiable nature of space, devoid of emotion, as these virtual, at times almost holographic, time-based spaces draw the viewer in to new fabricated glass worlds.

Helen Slater Stokes is a Glass Artist and Lecturer: ( born 1971 in Lancashire, England)

Helen graduated from The Royal College of Art, with a Master’s Degree in 3D Design: Glass & Ceramics, in 1996, and since then has been lecturing and making glass sculpture from her workshop in the Cotswolds, England.

Helen has recently completed a research PhD by practice, at The Royal College of Art, London.