helene kazan is a multidisciplinary artist, who across her practice uses research and archival material to generate moving image and multimedia installations. she has exhibited and presented her work internationally: most recently she participated in its always too late, archiving the anthropocene at the showroom, london. she presented in the public image, ivsa 2013 annual conference at goldsmiths university of london and in images of terror, narratives of (in) security - international conference at the university of lisbon, portugal. she had a solo exhibition recently, and gave a performance lecture around a domestic image of preemption at lubomirov easton, london. she also presented a film in the context of social structures at batroun projects, batroun (lebanon). kazan graduated with a first class honors ba in fine art painting from wimbledon school of art, london in 2004, and received her ma in research architecture at goldsmiths, university of london. she is now a ph.d. candidate at the centre for research architecture, goldsmiths, university of london.