At the 2015 DASH symposium ‘Awkward Bastards’, artist and CEO of Shape Arts, Tony Heaton posed the question “Is the Disability Arts movement a forgotten movement? In response to this, DASH created a new book that aims to show that Disability arts is alive, well and demands recognition and a place within art history.
Over the course of seven weeks, the Stanley Picker Gallery in Kingston handed over its exhibition space to host a series of week-long Live Art residencies.
Includes documentation of individual weeks, plus a compilation video.
Trailer film for Restock, Rethink, Reflect Two – Live Art and Disability. 2:07
Review of the event and blog for “Access All Area”, March 2011, organised by the Live Art Development Agency. Also csn be found in P 1750
Programme of events. M21was commissioned by the Unlimited programme, part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad to create an artistic programme that features collaborations and partnerships between disability arts organisations, disabled and deaf artists, producers and mainstream organisations. Small programme in folder.
A collection of artists’ writings, performance documentation and films reflecting the ways in which artists, who work with Live Art, are engaging with issues of disability.
7 Weeks, 7 Residencies, 7 Ways to Activate Change.
Digital Reference refers to folder containing four movies. Manuel Vason recording (see also British Library footage, D1619).
Digital Reference refers to folder containing four movies. British Library Recording (see also Manuel Vason footage, EF5039).
Documentation from LADA’s artist-development programme.