film excerpt from 28 Days Greater, filmed by Rosie Powell
Carolyn Defrin is a socially engaged artist, researcher and facilitator with 20 years' experience working at the intersection of arts and community development.
Through film, installation, theatre, poetry and music, she collaborates with artists, activists, educators and community developers to express and understand social issues.
Shortlisted for Dulwich Picture Gallery digital art commission for Tessa Jowell Health Centre
28 Days Greater - a collection of 28 short films about cycles, power and periods.
Kissing Project - an ongoing multimedia platform celebrating diversity through stories that begin with a kiss
At the table- a new research and installation project exploring the necessity of indigenous knowledge in sustainable food and farming practices.
Botany Bay- project evaluator for gardens and museums project about the need to decolonise horticulture with Border Crossings