Nulling EM with shape as always

If we have a long ribbon of a capacitively coupled conductor pair, and we arrange it into a helical twirl producing matching inductance to the conductor pair’s net capacitance, are we somehow considering it as essentially a null component with an impedance?

And why not have a capacitor whose plates are wound in a coiled shape for countering the capacitance. Then, why? A resistive and reactive “externally null” component, well, for tuning the signal somehow of course.