“The residency was very successful. I will be taking the work that I made as part of the process, and using it to find further funding, so that I can make a short film about abuse in psychiatric hospitals, and artmaking by myself, as well as other artist survivors.”
S.L. Page is a writer and artist, they make work about their experiences as a disabled, neurodiverse, genderfluid, queer person, who has survived prolonged abuse. Their previous work includes the fictional podcast New Women, described as ‘smashing the box of disabled feminism’ by BBC News. S.L. Page will be using their kick-start to develop the audio for a short documentary film about the psychiatric abuse they survived.