Canadian Art – “An Accessibility Manifesto for the Arts” by Carmen Papalia

Carmen Papalia performing White Cane Amplified at the Ottawa Art Gallery, June 2017. Photo: Christopher Snow.
Let’s try thinking of accessibility as a creative, long-term process. It’s not just about the built environment, but about ideas of agency and power.

– Canadian Art

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I design experiences that allow those involved to expand their perceptual mobility and claim access to public and institutional spaces. Contact me for interviews, project proposals and work opportunities.

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