Journeys in ink: re-presenting the spaces of inclusive arts practice

Hannah Macpherson, Mary Bleasdale

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This article documents some of the imaginative and physical journeys taken by a group of performance makers during a two-week course at Northbrook College, West Sussex in July 2011. Text, photographs and artworks are used to re-present some of the journeys we have taken together as a group and the modes of marking, map making and documentation used. MB: is an inclusive arts practitioner who works with artists with learning disabilities. Mary was coordinating the course and HM: was participating as an interested Cultural Geographer. The article is written as a dialogue and is likely to be of interest to readers interested in the geographies of performance, disability, non-representational research, innovative non-verbal methods or inclusive arts practice.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)523-534
Number of pages12
JournalCultural Geographies
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 3 Aug 2012


  • documentation
  • disability
  • non-representational theory
  • performance
  • visual arts


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