Zeynep Dagli is a London-based film-maker, editor and a visual artist with an academic background.

After completing her practice-based PhD in 2009 in Media, Communication and Culture (click here read), she has continued to make experimental short films (exhibited and projected internationally and in the UK) and been involved in an exciting array of works that entailed collaborating with disabled artists, performers, scriptwriters, musicians and sound designers; creating work for a wide range of audiences while keeping on researching, and publishing in an academic peer review journal (Click here for further reading on 'Transgressive Culture').

She has been interested in the negotiations and meditations of internal / external struggles, and traumatic experiences in relation to death, dying, suffering and madness. In her previous work she has researched, examined, speculated and/or analysed how dark and painful experiences have revealed themselves by way of reflection and in artistic formulation. It's been a personal journey as much as an academic one.


Showreel: click here for her vimeo link

Blog: spells of silence, too


when I listen, and hear the local sounds, the world sounds, see what an effort I make, to be reasonable.' S.Beckett

Source: 'spells of silence, too...

Recent projects / work
Negotiation between Madness and Sanity (London, October 2014)
Solo exhibition at filmpro lates. Multi-media installation.
filmpro lates October 2014

z.r. collective(London, April 2014)
Group Show. Participated with 'Rai Te Rait'

Awake! (London, September 2014)
Short film currently in post production. Co-director of Photography.
Awake! the film

Upcoming projects / work
Take Refuge in a Scream (working title)
The project will hopefully materialise in 2014/2015 subject to securing funds.

Rising Silence (2014/2015)
Co-director for film and field interviews about 'Birangona' (= women of war) in Bangladesh' by Komola Collective
Stage two will be completed in October/November 2015.
Rising Silence - Stage one

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