Helen Liene Dreifelds is an emerging artist working in sculpture and installation based in handweaving. Positioning textiles as tools, performers, and archives for sensory experiences such as light and movement, her work investigates themes of duration and systems of human relations. She recently completed the Artistin- Residence program at Harbourfront Centre’s Craft & Design Studios. She holds a DEC in Constructed Textiles from the Montreal Centre for Contemporary Textiles (2014) and a BA in Applied Human Sciences with a minor in Art History from Concordia University (2009). She has shown work at Harbourfront Centre, Montreal Centre for Contemporary Textiles, Lonsdale Gallery, Propeller Centre for the Visual Arts and has participated in Toronto Design Offsite Festival, Toronto Outdoor Art Fair and the UNTAPPED Emerging Artist Competition. She has attended workshops at Haystack Mountain School of Craft in Deer Isle, ME and Textile Arts Centre in Brooklyn, NY.