unfixed

unfixed

– artist residencies: Unfixed is a Creative Research project involving ten Australian and UK disabled artists selected to investigate the intersection between art, disability and technology.

I took part in Unfixed and Unfixed 2.0 in 2015 and 2016, two residencies taking place in Adelaide and Bristol, where I was inspired by exploring technology as a creative tool and by collaborating with disabled and non-disabled artists. http://unfixed.anat.org.au/

In September 2016, the Australian artists will join with their English counterparts in London. Together, they will experience the 2016 Unlimited Festival, before travelling to Watershed in Bristol to undertake a week-long Creative Development Lab, which will also incorporate the remote input of Unfixed 1.0 artist Sarah Houbolt, who is unable to attend in person.

In October 2015, the Australian Network for Art & Technology (ANAT), with partners Access2Arts (AUS), Unlimited (UK) and Watershed (UK), presented the first stage of Unfixed – a Creative Research Residency with ten Australian and UK Deaf and disabled artists.