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Volume 33, Issue 66
  • ISSN: 0845-4450
  • E-ISSN: 2048-6928


For the past eleven years, despite countless attempts to find a cause, I have lived with undiagnosed chronic pain. My current work delves into my experience with disability and reconstructs my own methodology in order to best accommodate my own access needs. I am calling into question what it means to create a body of work that outwardly rejects the idea that to make valuable art, I must “suffer for it.” Instead, my practice builds upon tasks—primarily breathing—that I can perform from bed when I am unwell. Material explorations aim to make visible the invisible—documenting the physical limitations that are a result of my pain, rather than searching for evidence of its existence.


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  • Article Type: Other
Keyword(s): accessibility; art; chronic illness; chronic pain; Disability
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