Pippa is a photographic artist who is widely known for her zines, which have been awarded with several prizes and are hold by important collections. Dealing with the difficult themes of grief, violence and loss, her subtle, pensive images easily take us on our own journeys to the moments we rather not remember to provide not grief but a surprising relief through the sharing of feelings which are mostly unspeakable. Here she presents her series Don't Come Looking for Me, dealing with memory and the return of the repressed.
From her bio:
Pippa Healy is an artist based in London. Her practice is concerned with themes around loss, longing, violence and grief. Her handmade ‘Zines’, which are often raw, abject and diaristic in style are central to her practice. Her work has been exhibited internationally and is part of a number of private collections. In 2019 she has exhibited in France, Holland, Turkey, Georgia and the UK. Her series ‘Sick’ was selected for Festival Circulation(s) in Paris. She was also named by Gup magazine ‘Fresh Eyes Photo’ book presenting 100 photographers emerging in Europe.
Her zines are sold in The Photographers Gallery in London, and The Library Project in Dublin. They are held in the Martin Parr Foundation in Bristol and in many private collections,
Pippa studied photography at UAL Central St Martins and graduated from distinction from Westminster University in MA Photographic Studies in 2016. She is currently expanding her practice studying for an MA Printmaking at UAL Camberwell.