Helene Koch works in installation and photography. She often works with the surrounding space as a premise for her interventions - exploring the boundaries between architecture, art and landscape. Inexpensive materials are utilized and documented in the same way as neglected locations in the city. ‘By questioning obvious and yet overlooked places in our daily life, I explore our views on ordinary locations and materials in our current life’
Her work Canvas in Thames has been selected for the Saatchi Screen Project at Saatchi Gallery, and for the moment her work can be seen as part of the group exhibition Material at Alfa Gallery in Miami, 7 May - 7 July 2018. Lately she has been listed in The Artist’s Directory of Aesthetica Magazine issue 82, April/May 2018 and she is represented by Alfa Gallery, Miami, on Artsy.net
In addition, she has an external lecture position at DIS Copenhagen, she is appointed external examiner at the schools of Architecture in Copenhagen and Aarhus, and since 2011 she has been associated as guest critic and lecturer and recently as external examiner, at the school of Architecture at Lund University in Sweden. Helene Koch holds a Master in Architecture from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Board Member - The Artist’s Autumn Exhibition.