Helen Slater's luminous glass sculpture is inspired by her interest in our perception of space, and playing with ideas around perspective and 'artistic illusionary methods'. The landscape imagery in her pieces are a glimpses of outdoor spaces seemingly captured and preserved.  


Helen has recently embarked on a practice-based research PhD in glass, at The Royal College of Art, in order to develop her practice further. Here she examines contemporary devices such as lenticular print and lens technology to create a new spatial visual language.