2 Minutes with Bekki Perriman

Photo of a front of the garage with orange grafitti

Unlimited offers talented disabled artists funds and mentoring support to develop, produce and show ambitious work. The aim of Unlimited is to embed work by disabled artists within the UK cultural sector, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people.

This new series of films by David Hevey, we look at the artists behind our round two commissions and explore the work from their perspective.

The next film in our series spends two minutes with Bekki Perriman, who tells us about the themes behind her site-specific sound installation, The Doorways Project.

Inspired by her experience of life on the streets, Bekki’s direct and unsentimental approach investigates the personal, social and political dimensions of homelessness. Her work considers public attitudes to disability and the role of art in making the invisible present.