Helen Scalway is an independent artist and writer interested in spatialities. She enquires into:
– the inner dynamics of relationships through the spatialities they produce, for example in complex and emergent spaces
– the sometimes incommensurable ways of being and seeing in the contemporary cosmopolitan city
– spatial metaphors which produce places and behaviours
– pattern, repetition, variation and change in thinking about the self as spatial process.
In order to think she uses visual means such as drawing, painting, collage, charting, model-making and book structures, as well as writing.
Helen Scalway is currently an Honorary Research Associate in the Geography Department at Royal Holloway, University of London.