Hannah Dawn (1991, UK) adopts a visual vocabulary that sees filmic, performative and graphical elements interwoven and permeated by a literary voice. What emerges is a lyrical investigation into sensibilities that are conditioned by diasporic heritage and transgressive liminality. This research enfolds moments when the body’s capacity for language and voice — not only in a linguistic or physical sense, but equally within a broader political framework — encounters limitations and is rendered vulnerable to structures as much beyond itself (the imposition of socially-prevailing codes of categorisation) as within itself (fatigue, amnesia, illness). Previous presentations of Hannah Dawn’s work have included contexts such as the International Film Festival Rotterdam (NL), Haus N Athens (GR), Queer Arts Festival Antwerp (BE), Ambika P3 (London, UK), Archiraar (Brussels, BE), And What? Festival (London, UK) and the Experiments in Cinema Festival (Albuquerque, USA).