Helin Sahin

Helin Sahin (1992, Turkey) is a Kurdish-American visual artist. Her work spans multiple platforms — 3D modelling, digital sculpting, and video. Much of Helin’s work focuses on the subconscious inner realm, post-internet aesthetics and network culture, Kurdish iconography and imagery, and its visual digitisation. She has been part of several exhibitions around the world at key galleries and museums, including The Wrong Digital Biennial in 2015 and 2017, Superchief Gallery (Soho and Miami), nGbK (Berlin), Museo Universitario Del Chopo (Mexico City), Industry Gallery (Los Angeles), After Howl Studio (Sint-Jans-Molenbeek), Palazzo San Guiseppe (Polignano a Mare), UNA Galleria (Piacenza), Galerija Siva (Zagreb), and Doğan Taşdelen Çağdaş Sanatlar Merkezi (Ankara). Her work has been featured in VICE, Creators Project, NXS Magazine, AQNB, Non Fiction and Capslock Magazine, among others; while Helin’s past collaborations include brands like Burberry and Flora Miranda. She also produced runway visuals for SS/FW 2016 at the Los Angeles and Vancouver Fashion Weeks. Helin lives and works in Germany.

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