Helen White (1977) grew up in England and lives in Belgium, where she was a founding member of the Krikri polypoetry collective. Her visual poetry has been exhibited internationally and published in the anthologies Zieteratuur (ed. Karel Ten Haaf, Uitgeverij Passage, Groningen, 2010), The Last Vispo Anthology: Visual Poetry 1998-2008 (eds. Crag Hill & Nico Vassilakis, Fantagraphics Books, Seattle, 2012), and A Global Visuage (eds. Jörg Piringer and Günter Vallaster, edition ch, Vienna, 2012). In 2011 she was commissioned by the Text Festival to work with items from the permanent natural history collection of Bury Museum in Manchester, England, which resulted in an installation called soluble colonies. Since 2009 she has also been exploring performance and sound as poetic media. Her first sound piece, Local Ghosts, will be published in Local Colour: Ghosts, variations (ed. Ola Ståhl, In Edit Mode Press Malmö, forthcoming).The short film carnival (for artificial voices) is the result of ongoing collaborations with filmmaker Svend Thomsen and composer Sebastian Bradt.