Using material collected from the internet, the video  We belong to a poetry club  explores and questions binary structures and norms, longing for a more bendable, fluid, and queerer world where genders are soluble and plural.

The content in the video spans intersex animals, the policing of women’s bodies within sport, and performative gender-bending scenarios like dragging and cross-dressing.

Multiple visual and conceptual layers exist at once, interrogating notions of ‘normality’ through a non-linear fragmented narrative.

The title, a reference to the first U.S. lesbian organisation ‘The Daughters of Bilities’, places the work within a larger narrative of queer genealogy and affects; ‘The Daughter of Bilities’ would use the guise of being a ‘poetry club’ to avoid police detection and repression.