Wed 18 May
FREE but booking required
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She will introduce access docs: documents that outline your access needs to be shared with the people you’re working with, and will discuss extending this approach to others. Leah’s work in this area is rooted in a disability perspective, but the session will also cover creating space for circumstances like caring responsibilities, access needs that you might not consider a disability (mental health accommodations for example), and the important role of allyship.
Accessibility: This webinar will be BSL interpreted and have live captions available.
Please note: This webinar will be recorded and made available as a captioned video resource on The Place website after the event. We will notify you when the recordings are available.
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About the facilitator
Leah Clements is an artist based in London whose practice spans film, photography, performance, writing, installation, and other media. Her work is concerned with the relationship between psychological, emotional, and physical states, often through personal accounts of unusual or hard-to-articulate experiences. Her practice also focuses on sickness/cripness/disability in art, in critical and practical ways. Recent commissions include her solo show The Siren of the Deep at Eastside Projects, and an artist residency at Serpentine Galleries.
Image Description: A black and white analogue photo of Leah, a white woman in her early 30s, in a white tiled room. She is looking down and to our right, she has straight wet hair, hoop earrings and a black long sleeved top.
Duration: 60 mins