In partnership with five mainstream galleries, commissioning five Disabled Artists to create new work for exhibition.
The IN project started in 2012 and ended in 2015, culminating in a symposium at mac birmingham.
Sound Canvas - The Public, the Hive and touring galleries:
Zoe Partington was commissioned by DASH and The Public to create Sound Canvas, sound artist Andrej Bako was involved with Sound Canvas, working alongside Zoe. For more information about Sound Canvas.
Walls With Wounds - The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum:
Dale Vn Marshall was the second artist to be commissioned at The Herbert - the exhibition running between 15th February and 18th May 2014. For more info about Walls without Wounds.
Disrupted - mac birmingham:
Noëmi Lakmaier is the artist and curator in residence at mac birmingham. She presents 'awkward' interventions with disabled artists'. The exhibition at mac birmingham was on show between Saturday 14th March and Sunday 3rd May 2015. For more info about Disrupted.
In Conversation With The Past - Shrewsbury Museum and Art Gallery:
In April 2014 disabled artist-filmmaker Nicola Lane was commissioned by Disability Arts in Shropshire and Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery to create a film reflecting on the life of deaf Romany Bill Lock, who lived and worked in and around the villages of Clun and Bishop's Castle in South Shropshire. For more information about In Conversation With The Past.
Almost a Score - Arnolfini:
International artist Christine Sun Kim was the last, but certainly not least, of the five IN commissions - with a residency at Arnolfini in Bristol. Christine's exhibition was shown between 20th March and 5th May 2015. For more information about Almost a Score.
Download the project and symposium information booklets below: