Maya's Knife (2017), 2 mins, 16mm colour
An experimental short inspired by the "vertical cinema" practiced by filmmakers such as Maya Deren and Barbara Hammer, drawing on dream logic and surrealist imagery rather than linear temporality and narrative.
Selected to screen at the London Short Film Festival, New Shorts: Experiments: Leftfield & Luscious, Institute of Contemporary Art, 2018.
performed at Drift Reading Series, Judith E. Wilson Studio, Cambridge, 2017.
AND ONE OF THEM IS HOW BAD I NEED YOU (text)
Natasha Lyonne (song)
under pseudonym OK Brightness
published in Crush Fiction, Wicked Hag, 2017.
The Left Hand of Dawn: Scientific Bodies and Poetic Awakenings
performance and experimental lecture at The Dirty Art Department's The Wandering School, Macao, Milan, 2016.
Featuring Amphibia // Carol Enthusiast // Takeawayboy1 // BwO. A polymorphous scifi system: microcontrollers, petals, flesh staplers, kinky drives, water, blood, chatrooms, A.I. strap-ons, female-to-female jumper wires. Promoting our audiovisual techno(sex) as queer worldmaking.
Selected to screen at Transmutations + Anticipations; Les Recontres Bandits-Mages, Bourges, France, 2015, and Chapter Femme, hosted by SIREN and Chapter 10, Bloc., London, 2017.
in collaboration with Devawn Wilkinson, Trace Bodies, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. A group participatory performance. Looking at affective online alienation in relation to corporeality and identity production and consumption, 2016.
I made the whirling world stand still
co-curated an exhibition of fiction in frames of local writers for Hacked WickED Festival, 2014.
Issue #35, published in Streetcake Magazine under pseudonym Christine Byrne, 2014.
published in Map Poetry Zine, Issue #2, 2012.