Elenor Hellis (B. 1993 UK) is a visual artist living and working in London. Hellis’ practice deals mostly with her own personal and intimate themes, whether it is the hypernarcissm of her own body, an investigation into Northala Fields (a local park when she lived in Northolt as a teenager), or the examining her own personal unrequited loves/stalking habits.
Hellis mostly works within the media of performance and film to explore re-enactments and gestures that examine her own personal as well as universally shared experiences of embarrassment and shame. In her ‘bodycamera’ series she attempts to capture every crevice and detail, with a range of image-capturing devices including scanners, bolex cameras, USB endoscopes and gopro cameras with eyelashes.