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16mm film: 14:12 

Black and white 16mm still image of hands clawing through sand.

Working collaboratively with women in Scotland, 'Deviant' seeks to reveal the internal sensations, thoughts and emotions of endometriosis experience that remain hidden / unheard. 

Risky Bodies

16mm film: 10:04

Black and white 16mm still image of two spray bottles facing a bundle of leaves bound with string.

Through the lens of a mother-daughter collaboration, 'Risky Bodies' examines the label of ‘vulnerable’ as an individual and collective identity.

Breaking the Fall 

Trilogy of experimental shorts: 10:45

Black and white still of a young white woman in profile with a pair of hands holding her head. She is wearing a white rubber cap and volumous fluffy white textiles.

The Body as it is Lived

Research Film: 07:06

Still image with a circle at the centre featuring a blurred hand submerged in bubbles and water surrounded by a dark background flecked with white.

What is a body? This research film explores mind / body dualities and phenomenological conceptions of embodiment from the perspective of a 'sick' body.


Film Poem: 03:32

Film still of an MRI image of a brain with abstract green and blue lights sweeping across the image.

Something Dances Through Me

35mm slide projection / sound: 05:04

'Breaking the Fall' is a trilogy of experimental short films, created in collaboration with my mother, Cherrie Beaney. The films reveal embodied, personal and social experiences of illness, care and interdependence.

Three black and white still images side by side of a dog rolling on grass, having a great time.

Collaboration between myself, my mother Cherrie, and Willow the dog. In this live 35mm slide and sound work we explore how our embodiment is shared across more-than-human relationships.

Rhythmic Cracks

Workshop / Intervention: 01:39

Photograph of a group dressed in wearable sculptures composed of everyday materials posing on the steps of a public building.

Documentation of a collaborative residency in São Paulo, exploring rhythm and the city.

This film poem reflects upon the filmmaker's experiences of neurological deviations.

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