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Marketing, the exhibition and a chair

A chair to sit on and peruse Paralysis Unseen at the exhibition. (Good idea Keith) MA Final Show Exhibition dates Thursday 14 July   Opening night 6pm to 9pm – private view Friday 15 July 10am – 8pm: Show open Saturday … Continue reading

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Distraction, jargon, curation and impact

I’ve been sorting out some medical kit and its been a nice distraction this afternoon but, my word, the amount of paper and jargon that goes along with it is considerable. Then the thought occurred to me about how much … Continue reading

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Aspiration and isolation (me rambling)

Superheroes and their kitComic book superheroes have a lot to do with disabled people. They act as projection surfaces where people’ s fears and dreams find a safe place for expression. You only have to think about X men to … Continue reading

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Project 18: Usurping intended function

I had a leaking leg bag a few days ago. I do check them before putting them on but this one must have contained an inherent weakness in its structure that only failed once the bag was under pressure from … Continue reading

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