Sun 9 May & Sat 28 August
11am – 4.30pm
Siobhan Davies Studios
How can the disabled body be empowered to redesign space and redefine time for itself in order to get what the body and mind need? How can we bring the wholeness of our body-minds into the space we share and dance as a catalyst of our individual needs and need for collective care?
By diving into each other’s lived experiences and sharing tools or life-hacks, we can offer a playground for our desires of belonging and our longings to create space for pleasures of what makes us feel good, happy, joyful, content, satisfied and even free.
This research space is all about collectively holding, rather than filling, space and finding new ways of being together. It is intended for artists who identify as Crip, D/deaf, disabled or neurodivergent.
Price: £50 flat fee (includes both days)
SDS is wheelchair accessible.
ID’s online activities use auto caption software.
If you have particular access requirements please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss these.
Research spaces are bespoke events designed by artists in collaboration with ID to investigate questions and share creative practices, strategies and methods with a group of participants.
Image from left clockwise: Dan Daw and Christopher Owen, photo Hugo Glendinning; Tanja Erhart and Katharina Senk in “j_e_n_g_a” by two crutches, photo Franzi Kreis / Im_flieger 2020; Kitty Fedorec by Christa Holka