In Plain Sight: Unseen

Project page, In Plain Sight Unseen is a collaborative project by Jane Woollatt and Beverley Carruthers using creativity to investigate menopause. Beverley Carruthers and I have know each other for over 35 years. The collaboration is a unique coming together of our individual art practices. The project is deliberately located on Two Tree Island and intertidal space in the Thames Estuary off the Essex Coast.

The film In Plain Sight: Unseen is a short film which forms part of the wider project. It was made with the help of film maker Andy Delany. The initial screening was at, Inaugural exhibition of the University of the Arts London (UAL) Photography Research Forum. 2016

Reinventing, Rethinking, and Representing Menopause

We presented our menopause project work at Reinventing, Rethinking, and Representing Menopause: Beyond the Interdisciplinary Paradigm. An event hosted by CRASSH and convened by Beverley and myself

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Jane and Beverley were granted two short project development residencies at Metal Culture Southend, with sharing event open to the public, 2018 and She is Grieving, She is Furious 2019.


Investigating Female Ageing Through Creative Practice:
In Conversation.

Jane and Beverley, are pleased to be in conversation with Rosy Martin and Kay Goodridge are contributing to the Cambridge Festival 2021, Investigating Female Ageing Through Creative Practice.


Our collaborative investigation of menopause is still ongoing. The work and written reflections on the project will be published on this site.