DISABILITY, DEAFHOOD, ACCESS!

December 1 - December 14, 2018

For the second 4TH SPACE program, we opened our doors to projects that challenge commonly held conceptions and propose new ways of considering disability, deafness and how we make our cities and our universities more accessible. Some of the projects displayed were developed for the Vibe Symposium 2018 that takes place at Concordia, while others revisited Enable Montreal, a project that ran from March to June 2018. Through all of these works, artists, activists, and academics offered differing perspectives on deaf and disability arts, as well as how to develop concrete solutions to accessibility barriers.

ARCHIVE

TransCommunicator

by David Bobier
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Progression

by Salima Punjani

Opening of the Vibration program

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Healing House

Our Vibrating Hands

by Véro Leduc, Pamela Witcher, Daz Saunders, and Hodan Youssouf

Hemo-resonance #1

by Samuel Thulin

PROGRAMMING

Saturday, December 1 to Friday, December 14

Stop by to see the interactive installations

Down, Down to the Water  
by Aimee Louw

Our Vibrating Hands 
by Véro Leduc, Hodan Ismael, Daz Saunders, and Pamela Witcher

This is not an exercise to raise awareness 
by Laurence Parent

Healing House  
by Darian Goldin Stahl

Progression 
by Salima Punjani

Hemo-resonance #1 
by Samuel Thulin

TransCommunicator 
by David Bobier

Disability As Method: audio description as blind intervention 
by Arseli Dokumaci


Saturday, December 1 at 9:30am

Opening of Vibration program and welcoming remarks


Thursday, December 6 at 1pm

Installation Walkthrough and Interview with Samuel Thulin 


Tuesday, December 12th at 11am

Installation Walkthrough of 'Progression' and Demonstration of customized MUZE headset with artist researcher Salima Punjani.


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