Helen Anna Flanagan (b. Birmingham, UK) is an artist working in video, performance and installation. She looks to investigate social structures and the political subtext of the everyday, focusing on affects and emotions, labor and the body. A selection of solo exhibitions includes IKOB Museum of Contemporary Art, Eupen; Ballon Rouge Gallery, Brussels; CENTRALE for Contemporary Art, Brussels; V2_ Lab for Unstable Media, Rotterdam and bb15, Linz. Her work has been presented in group exhibitions including Museum M, Focal Point Gallery, WIELS Centre for Contemporary Art, Aspex Gallery, Kunsthal Gent, Netwerk Aalst, IMAI – inter media art institute, M HKA, CAMPO Victoria, MOMA Odessa, among others. Her films have been presented at a number of festivals including International Film Festival Rotterdam (NL), Aesthetica Film Festival (UK), Sharjah Film Platform (AE), Lo Schermo Dell’arte Film Festival (IT), Proyector Plataforma de Videoarte (SP), Go Short International Film Festival (NL), November Film Festival (UK), among others. Her work was awarded the IKOB Feminist Art Prize (2019), the VISIO Young Talent Acquisition Prize (2020) a fellowship with Needcompany (2021) and the second prize of Art Contest Brussels (2021).