Underrepresentation is a big issue for non-binary people and has huge repercussions throughout the community, often leading to struggles with mental health and identity. In the past I have used my practice to discuss my own experience with gender, but I now feel a responsibility to use my platform to represent the wider community and join them in a push for acceptance. Following on from my previous exploration of gender, Xeno represents the non-binary community through the medium of moving image. Creating a short film allows for the fluidity of gender to be expressed outside of a static frame. Uniquely, this project relies not just on secondary research, but first-hand responses from other non-binary people in order to represent experiences shared by many.