Her work intersects documentary and memory-construction,
forming a series of complex visual fragments
realised through filmmaking, installation, object-making and
performed re-stagings.
Her practise and visual language,
whilst based on in-depth research into questions about her own past
as well as collective memory within colonial and postcolonial narratives,
remains characteristically speculative, nomadic and estranging.

BB has produced work for various solo presentations including;
The National Arts Festival (Grahamstown, ZA),
Centro des Artes Contemporanea (Burgos, ES), The Wapping Project (London),
MAMbo (Bologna, IT), Diet Gallery (Miami, USA),
and Casa Cavazzini (Udine, IT).
Her works have been curated onto numerous group exhibitions including;
Dak’art 2012 (Senegal, SR), US (South African National Gallery & JAG, ZA),
za. Giovane arte dal Süd Africa (Palazzo del Papesse, Sienna, IT),
Contemporary Art Photography from South Africa (Neue Berliner Kunstverein,
Berlin, DE & South African National Gallery, ZA),
and Liberated Voices: Contemporary Art from South Africa (Museum for African Art, New York, USA).
BB’s films have also been included in Recontres Internationales, (Gaîté Lyrique, Paris, FR),
the 57th International Short Film Competition (Oberhausen, DE),
the Glasgow Short Film Festival (Glasgow, UK), and the Found Footage Film Festival (Bologna, IT).

BB lives in Cape Town (b.1971, East London, South Africa).