• With an emphasis on collaboration, my practice focuses on political and societal identity, disability/accessibility, mental health, sex work, ‘poverty porn’, and oversharing. Alexa, Play Ultralight Beam explores themes of social identity — more specifically growing up disabled and mixed race in an ableist, racist household and schooling system. Call Me By Your DWP Number  references classic coming-of-age movies from the 90’s and 00’s; the pink and dreamy world it creates satirically romanticise aspects of living with a disability that tend to be vilified.

  • Ashleigh Williams and Ellie Harman-Taylor
    Call Me By Your DWP Number, 2019
    Moving image
    2 minutes 12 seconds
    Edition of 3 + 1 AP
    GBP 800 plus applicable taxes
  • Ashleigh Williams
    Alexa, Play Ultralight Beam, 2021
    Moving image
    9 minutes 48 seconds
    Edition of 3 + 1 AP
    GBP 1,000 plus applicable taxes
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