Awhile back I got a chance to sit down with Eliza Chandler, Lindsey Fisher, and Sean Lee and record our conversation for an episode of Contra*, the podcast of the Critical Design Lab.
I’ve been thinking for awhile now about how anti-ableist praxis requires thinking and working to make the spaces of knowledge production more accessible, and in this episode, I ask Eliza, Lindsey, and Sean about some of the unique access practices that they devised for the 2019 conference Cripping the Arts. We hear about the amazing access guides they created, and how they integrate accessibility into their curatorial practices more generally.
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