A key outcome of the Electric Bodies project has been the production of edited versions of the full length transcription poetry cycles giving a snapshot…
An expert in designing practical, technical tools for disabled people, Caleb-Solly is a team leader for assisted living at the Bristol Robotics Laboratory at the University of the West of England. Natasha Sutton-Williams spoke to her about D4D project ‘Catch Me If You Can’.
Diane Carr is a reader in Media and Cultural Studies at University College London (UCL’s) Institute of Education, where she teaches courses including ‘Digital Games…
Team members from the AHRC research project, D4D, are delighted to invite you to a series of three online events as a culmination of 5…
The Guild was a live game exploring the nature of Institutions and segregation. The Guild was devised as part of a collaborative process between Dr. Diane Carr, UCL, Prof. Helen Kennedy, Nottingham University, Rosie Poebright, Splash and Ripple and Esther Fox, Accentuate.
At the Table is a digital exhibition of work by 17 disabled artists from North East collective, Disconsortia. It features poetry, visual arts, film, performance and a podcast amongst other things. The work was produced as the first collective project curating these artists work into one exhibition. Review by James Zatka-Haas.
Colly Metcalfe shares a creative response in British Sign Language of the impact of being part of the artists’ collective ‘Disconsortia’ on her practice as an artist. Disconsortia is an artist-led collective based in the north-east and supported by Disability Arts Online through Electric Bodies.
as part of a series of artistic responses from the artist-led initiative disconsortia, based in the north-east and supported by Disability Arts Online through our D4D project, gobscure posts a duo of images reflecting on the collective.
As part of a series documenting the development of artist-led initiative Disconsortia, based in the North-east and supported by Disability Arts Online through Electric Bodies, award-winning internationally exhibiting artist Simon McKeown shares his thoughts on lockdown and the support of the collective in developing artwork responding to the crisis.
As part of a series of artistic responses from the artist-led initiative Disconsortia, based in the North-east and supported by Disability Arts Online through our D4D project, Lady Kitt shares artwork they have been developing with the support of the collective.