RESIDENCIES /

TAKEOVERS

Unlimited Digital Takeover

"‘Shifting the Goalposts’ is a short film by Babeworld, looking at the exhausting experience of being a passive spectator of football when you’re a marginalised identity. Alongside a video essay, Shifting the Goalposts uses archival/home video footage and an original score to explore representation in football culture, and why being a disabled football fan is always something to celebrate (which is helpful for us, as supporting our football teams seems to mostly give us things to commiserate)


Alongside this video, Babeworld will be doing an Instagram takeover, consisting of graphics designed by one of Babeworlds Associate Artists about championing accessibility, and celebrating neurodivergence. They will also share a recommended reading list for those interested in exploring the themes in the film further."

Babeworld were commissioned for a Digital Takeover, 2021. The takeover consisted of graphics and a short video essay.

New Contemporaries Digital Residency

"Ashleigh Williams is the current recipient of our Digital Residency. Over the next two months, she will be drawing on cartoons, live performances and song lyrics to have discussions about race, disability and class in a way that diverges from standard academia - celebrating her marginalizations as positive aspects of her identity."

Babeworld (Ashleigh Williams) was in receipt of New Contemporaries Digital Residency 2021. Consisting of a video essay, reading group, and cartoon reviews - this residency is a reserach projects into alternative modes of education and referencing. Click the link below to see more.

newcontemporaries.org.uk/current/digital-residency-ashleigh-williams

Schuh / Shape Arts Takeover

Commissioned in 2020 for an Instagram Takeover for the brand, Schuh, for Disability History Month, Ellie Harman-Taylor created graphics surrounding the disabled experience. You can see the graphics in the link below.

www.instagram.com/p/CI6Ad_1qqnT/

Deptford X How To Be Together Again Residency

"We want to explore and research what kind of support marginalised groups such as us need during times like these- where working conditions may remain the same – but the world events continue to develop. We want to explore how artists, curators and even instagram artists can implement support for these groups. Part research, part short film experiments, past continuing text, we aim to platform the voices of the underrepresented: Disabled, Trans, Black, Queer and working class voices. Also those whose jobs are affected such as Sex workers"

Babeworld (Ashleigh Williams and Gabriella Davies) were in receipt of Deptford X's How To Be Together Again Residency, 2020. Click below to see more.

deptfordx.org/news/cuetinyviolin/