Kimberley mainly makes video and sound works, sometimes incorporating installation. She makes frequent use of spoken narrative in her work as a way to investigate power dynamics and hierarchies, with a special focus on questions of social class. She uses the camera as a tool to explore subjective and objective knowledge on psycho-geography and the emotions and behaviour of situated individuals. She plays with the blurring of fiction and non-fiction to explore the complexities of social class hybridity. The often-contradictory narratives of her films help draw attention to the manipulated construction of the other. Sound is often layered with both original and found footage to show the multifaceted reality of the social realm. The splicing together of different mediums and conflicting content gather ambiguity, with pieces often refusing resolution, leaving the audience to question their own culpability in the practice of othering.


2016 - 2018   MA Fine Art Media, The Slade School of Fine Art

2012 - 2015   BA (Hons) Mixed Media Fine Art, University of Westminster​


2019   Bloomberg New Contemporaries (Shortlisted)

2018   The Signature Art Prize (Shortlisted)

2018   The Dolbey Travel Award, London. 

2016   The Felix Slade Scholarship, London. 

2016   The Sarabande Foundation Scholarship, London. (Shortlisted).​

Selected Exhibitions 


2016   'Recollections', Si:Said Gallery, Lithuania. 




2019   Middlesbrough Art Weekender​​​ in collaboration with Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art.

2019   'The Nomenclature of Colours' Exhibition, as part of Colour & Poetry: A Symposium,

             Slade Research Centre, London.

2019   Stone Islanders, Art Hub Gallery, London. 

2018   A Place that Fosters us, Angel, London. 

2018   Summer Graduate Show, Anise Gallery, London. 

2018   MA/MFA Degree Show, The Slade School of Fine Art, University College London

2018   Body as Archive, Slade Research Centre, Bloomsbury, London. 

2018   Videosport (Returns), Good Sport, Ontario, Canada.

2015   The Listening Booth, Online streaming of Audio work. 

2015   The Independent Artist Fair, The Rag Factory, Brick Lane, London. 

2015   Names, Ambika P3, Marylebone, London. 

2014   22:1, Safehouse 1&2, Peckham, London. 

2014   Mish Mashed, Gallery 320, Bethnal Green, London. 


2018   Top 7 London exhibitions, Anise Gallery, FAD Magazine.

2018   Summer Graduate Show, Anise Gallery, LondonLive TV. 

2016   Augustinas Zemrieta, 'Recollections' review, Durys Magazine, 30 - 31. 

2016   Fragmentary Interview with Daniel Regan

2015   Articulaction Meets Kimberley Beach, Articulaction Art Review, 46 - 69. 


2020 Making Respectable Women: Changing Moralities, Changing Times.

            Author: Mary Evans, Author of Contributions: Kimberley Beach, Palgrave Macmillan. 

            Funded by the Paul Mellon Centre and the London School of Economics and Political Science.