Beth Davis-Hofbauer is a disabled artist living on the south coast of England. Her current practice is concerned with anxiety in its various forms and how it can be represented, induced and reduced through artistic exploration.  As a disabled woman with a disabled child and a severe anxiety disorder she is interested in how society views anxiety and the difference between visible and invisible dis-ease.  Noting the interplays and the subtle prejudices that exist.

She works primarily in photography, film and installation, incorporating various disciplines within her work to achieve the wanted affect.