Helen Shulkin is an emerging artist based in Hamburg / Germany. Her work is dedicated to posturban and architectural spaces, explored through her individual aesthesis and developed in a subtle relationship between neo-futurism and magic realism, where a state of pure feeling is characterized by the minimum of interpretational elements.
Visiting contemporary cities and looking for locations of deep transformations in terms of architectural structuring, Helen tries to find which objects represent conflict between old and new, which spaces are most susceptible to change, what are the prevalent portrayals of postobjects, how are those transformations perceived in human awareness, and which technological structures maintain their entity.
Aesthesis is a fundamental metaphor in describing of her own interpretations, which represent a new mode of experience covering both perception and sensation. Helen must enter into sensual contact with the post object in order to ecstatically transcend, filling the existential metaphysical void through the dissolution of the "Self" in posturban spaces.
We have a collection of framed and unframed originals at the gallery by Helen Shulkin from her Simplicity series.