Helena's work looks more cerebral and esoteric. Her biggest reference point is therefore Greek mythology. Her Odyssey? 'Life in art objects'. As a statement that can apply, even if it does not stop here. In her art practice, she also dares to ask questions such as the relationship of man to the Gods who created them, or the dialogue between art and the beholder, lost in accordance with herself. Not that I necessarily agree with that, but it already yields good images and dense, enigmatic drawings.