Disabled people make more exciting art!
3 May, 11am
The term ‘access aesthetics’ means features which increase accessibility (such as audio description, sign language etc.) are used as creative strategies and are part of the artistic process from its very beginning. This technique has been developed out of the lived experience of disabled artists and is different from ‘regular’ access, where finished works are made accessible last minute. Is one thing better than the other?
2a with Claire Cunnnigham (GB), English only
2b with Nina Mühlemann (CH), in German and French
Way You Look (at me) Tonight: Moving Perspective
3 May, 2pm
Panel Discussion with Colette Conroy (GB), Claire Cunningham (GB), Jess Curtis (USA), Sandra Umathum (D), moderator: Nina Mühlemann