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A short film by Sandra Alland in collaboration with Alison Smith of Pesky People presented at b)other exhibition at Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow. Performed in British Sign Language (BSL) by Alison Smith. Voice-over by Sandra Alland for partially sighted and blind people. Note to hearing people: Watch with the sound turned off for a different feel. Read More →
I’m part of b)other a disabled LGBTGI arts exhibition taking place at Glasgow Museum of Modern Art in Glasgow till 21 February 2010.
b)other is the title of the artists’ collective formed in July 2009 by Sandra Alland comprising of 9 artists Stuart Crawford, Nathan Gale, Y. Josephine, Jennie Kermode, Rebecca Pla, myself, Penny Stenhouse and Kristiane Taylor.
The exhibition as put by GoMA is part of their ‘social justice exhibitions’...
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Category Arts and Culture, Blogs, Digital Britain, Digital Inclusion, Disability Arts Tags: bullying, DDA, Deafness and Deaf Culture, Disability Arts, Disability Discrimination, discrimination, Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow, GoMA, Robert Softly, Sandra Alland, Scottish Arts Council, Scottish Arts Council Equalities Department