Dying Under Your Eyes, 27 minutes, single channel, 2019
Dying Under Your Eyes explores the sudden death of Daniel, the artist’s elderly father, in 2018. The film unravels the processes of ageing, dying, grief and intimate surveillance as witnessed on Ashery’s smart phone. Like a detective, Dying Under Your Eyes follows the circumstances leading to Daniel’s death, alongside otherworldly rituals of beckoning, mourning, devotion and play performed by two family members.
Revisiting Genesis, web series and a single channel 90 minutes video, 2016
Party for Freedom | An Audiovisual Album; Single and Multi channel
Monkey Bum Factory; Single Channel
Hairoism | there is nothing more exciting than this; Single Channel
Semitic Score; Single Channel and 2 Channel
Raging Balls; Single Channel
10 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. An angry speech performed by Chris McCormack in two layers – voice and image – which go in and out of sync.
Also available in Chinese
Why Does He Make Work?; Single Channel
Study Room; Single Channel
Back in 5 Minutes; 2 Channel
Colour with sound. 2 screen video. Each 5 minutes long.
Goodbye; Single Channel
Oh Jerusalem; Single Channel
20 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. Subtitles in English. Video documenting Ashery’s meeting with Sameh Aboushi in Palestine with footage of Ashery’s father in the Muslim Quarter of Jerusalem’s old city.
Shopping List for Live Art; Single Channel
15 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. An instructional video for those who starting as live artists in London.
Occupation I, II; Single Channel
4 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. Ashery as a rabbit being invaded.
Dancing with Men; Single Channel
4 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. Ashery dancing with orthodox Jewish men at a religious celebration at the North of Israel.
Treatment; Single Channel
4-minute 5 minutes. Mini DV. Colour. Silent. A collage of 6 films depicting violent hair shaving or cutting.
Why Do You Think I Left?; Single Channel and 2 Channel
20 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. Subtitles in English. Ashery asks her family to reply to the question of why they think she left Israel.
What Is It Like For You?; Single Channel
4 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. Dance video featuring Ashery’s alter ego, the orthodox Jewish man Marcus Fisher, as an art student at Central St Martin School of Art.
Marcus Fisher’s Wake; Single Channel
16 minutes. Mini DV. Colour with sound. A film that fictionalises the life of Ashery’s alter ego, the orthodox Jewish man Marcus Fisher. The film uses footage from interventions, performances and home videos. Distributed also by Rencontres Internationales Paris.