Helani Laisk


Helani’s work to date has been focused on ideas and materials concerning ‘the everyday’ and in particular her personal experience of the everyday. She is interested in the idea of a ‘personal mythology’ that materialises through the expression of thoughts and imaginings in daily life. For Helani this has come through the transformation of the mundane into the surreal or exotic.

With diverse media such as mould-making, photography, glass, etching, lithography and knitting, in 2011 Helani is planning a broad conceptual examination of a particular ritual of daily life: sleep.



Bachelor Arts (Visual) (Print media and Drawing) Honours, Australia National University


2010: 2010 Graduating Student Exhibition, ANU School of Art, Canberra ACT

Here and There: Letters, Dickson Private Residence, Canberra ACT

Ladies First, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne VIC

2009: 2009 Graduating Student Exhibition, Australia National University School of Art, ACT

2008: Canberra Living Artists Week, Canberra ACT

2008:Cacophony, The Front Gallery, Canberra ACT