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Black and white image of Jemima, crouched on a forest floor, in vest and knickers. Bare feet, legs and arms covered in soil. Palms pressing down into wet leaves, feeling her way and steadying herself, Her hair wild, eyes cast down, closed. Forehead creased. The bow of a tree and branch behind her.

I Am Not Static. Image: Camilla Greenwell.

Material Archive: I Am Not Static | Jemima Hoadley in collaboration with Camilla Greenwell Sat 11 Mar – Fri 11 Aug 2023

An exhibition by Jemima Hoadley in collaboration with Camilla Greenwell, as part of Artist Archive.

I Am Not Static is a personal exploration of falling and recovery, using movement, conversation, photography, and video as storytelling. The work archives Jemima – as she enters peri-menopause – intrigued and repelled by her own form, curious with the strangeness of the rebound of her flesh, as she repeatedly falls.  

Jemima began this project in June 2020 during worldwide lockdown and later that year entered a collaboration with photographer Camilla Greenwell, who was just starting to explore the moving image as an art form. Jemima and Camilla’s collaboration gave them an opportunity to delve deeper into their practices, creating a body of materials in new disciplines.

This Material Archive is an opportunity to share some of Jemima and Camilla’s unfinished work that would otherwise have remained a personal project unseen by anyone and potentially lost.

Through the archive Jemima is in dialogue with her body, with time, moving with her 10-year-old daughter (just on the cusp of puberty) and in conversation with a childhood friend. This is a time capsule of 2020-2021 and the process of ageing during global lockdown. At a time of being physically static, time was not standing still – a cycle of falling and rising, from ashes, to ashes.

ABout the ArtistS

Jemima Hoadley and Camilla Greenwell

Jemima Hoadley is a freelance dance maker, performer and teacher with extensive experience in collaborating with deaf and disabled artists. Camilla Greenwell is an artist and photographer living and working in London, specialising in performance and portraiture.  

An exhibition installed throughout the studios

Daytime Drop-in

I Am Not Static is open for drop-in visits 10am – 6pm, Monday – Friday.

Accompanied by an audio description and guide

Contains nudity and references to sex


Siobhan Davies Studios is mostly accessible to wheelchair users, with lifts to all floors. There are two accessible parking spaces available on site which can be booked in advance. Blue Badge parking is also available nearby on West Square and Garden Row (for a full map visit the Southwark Council website). Our main door is power assisted.

Amenities include: 

  • Changing facilities* 
  • Communal showers* 
  • Lockers
  • Toilets / wheelchair accessible toilets 
  • Kitchen: tea and coffee making, fridge, and microwave (not fully accessible) 

* Our changing facilities and showers are not fully accessible. Our closest publicly available and fully accessible changing facility is at The Castle Centre, a leisure centre 0.3 miles away from the studios. You can find full details of their features here.