Helen Singh-Miller is an interdisciplinary artist living and working in Cambridge, MA. Her work explores “appearances” and the visual representation of embodied experience. She is interested in how human development and interaction, and the class dynamics in which they are embedded, can be seen and felt anew.
Helen has recently been an Artist-in-Residence at MASS MoCA and a Film Study Center Fellow at Harvard University. Her work has been included in the 33rd Bienal de São Paulo, Brazil and at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA. She practices somatics and is the Editor of The Feldenkrais Journal, an annual publication for movement teachers, artists, dancers, musicians, and the general public. Helen grew up in New York and London, received a BA in Art and English from the University of California at Berkeley, an EdM in Art Education and an MDesS in Art, Design and the Public Domain from Harvard University. She is currently a visiting lecturer at MassArt and Harvard.