Libita Clayton has a collaborative practice that plays with potential political and physical collapse. She proposes ‘a way out’ with D.I.Y performance. Recent projects include: bland choreography, ( CLAY- TON – RAW- SON ), New Year / New Noise 4, Arnolfini (2017), RESIST FLOW, ( Gal-Dem ) Victoria & Albert Museum, London (2016), 1,2,1,2, //// black- voices – opera, ( Black British Classical Foundation ), Jamaican Pulse, Royal West Academy of England, Bristol (2016), FORGET THAT GUY ( message from a freedom fighter ) , Beyond Words, Book Works, Hull Freedom Festival & James Rickett trust commission (2016), In the Absence of Ruins there Will be Innovation, ( Speakeasy Southwest Network ), ( public programme ) Vertigo Sea, Arnolfini, Bristol (2016), BS2; RESIST & REVOLT, BLACK HISTORY – LIVE TRANSMISSION, BEEF, Art Weekender Bristol & Bath, Black History Month, Bristol (2015). Clayton graduated from Wimbledon College of Art with a BA (Hons.) in Print and Digital Media in 2009.