Photo-abilities (working title)

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This photographic exhibition revolves around the idea of ability. Physical and cognitive processes are reviewed and explored in the context of creative work. The photographs depict prototypes currently being used by people with severe functional limitations in Brighton, UK. This visual approximation to the object of study constitutes the first step of a larger collaborative research project between Ivan Garbayo and Patricia Prieto-Blanco. Ivan Garbayo is an Occupational Therapist who has been working with in this field for over a decade. By applying the principles of accessible design to visual production tools, he aims to both facilitate access as well as to foster social, economic and sensory inclusion of people with severe functional limitations. By applying visual research methods to this investigation, Patricia Prieto-Blanco aims to both reach wider audiences as well as to facilitate an interdisciplinary discussion about ability and creative expression. Audio-visual resources are valuable tools of stimulation that can be productively used to foster interaction and communication when working with people with severe functional limitations. But, what happens when the receivers become the producers? The aim of the photographic series is to both raise awareness as well as to foster an exploration of socio-cultural inclusion and embodiment.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jun 2017
Eventexhibition - IVSA 2017, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 19 -23 June 2017
Duration: 19 Jun 2017 → …

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Photo-abilities (working title). Garbayo, Ivan (Author/Creator); Prieto Blanco, Patricia (Author/Creator). 2017. Event: exhibition, IVSA 2017, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada, 19 -23 June 2017.

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