Research, Exhibitions and Screenings

My research is concerned with the ways in which contemporary documentary practice can be used to engage with localised social issues, and often explores themes of Place, Work, Identity and Socio-Politcal phenomena. I'm currently undertaking a PhD by practice at Manchester Metropolitan University. On this page you will find a selection of practice based research, links directing you towards published articles and a list of selected exhibitions and screenings.

2022

Cotton Queens Community Arts Project, contributing practitioner

'The Chair' - presentation of research at HOME: Symposium on Place and Belonging, University of Gloucestershire

2021

Glory Days: Understanding the filmic depiction of Post-Industrial Midlands communities as a visualisation of autobiographical and societal trauma. - https://engage.org/contributors/benjamin-green/ 

Sounds at the Edges, commissioned by Portraits of Recovery, screened at HOME, Manchester

Explorations of Place and Reflexivity in Practice-Based Research: Understanding Personal Connections to Landscape and their Impact on the Creative Research Process - with Fiona Brehony

8th Annual Postgraduate Arts & Humanities Centre Symposium, MMU, Manchester

2019

 Braziers International Film Festival, Oxford - Featured Filmmaker

TOIL, Grosvnor Gallery, Manchester- Exhibiting Artist and Co-curator

Neo Screen Festival, Manchester - New work commissioned for exhibition

Solidarity Forever, 2019, Grosvnor Gallery Manchester - Exhibiting artist and curator

2018

To Board a Plane, OA Studios, Manchester - Exhibiting Artist and co-curator. Partnered with OA, CFCCA, Manchester Metropolitan University and University of Salford

Contested Territories , Plant NOMA, Manchester – Exhibiting Artist and co-curator

Rise: Manchester School of Art MA Show, 2018 - Experimental Documentary Installation

Labor and Wait, Hanover House, Manchester, 2018 - New work commissioned for event and exhibition