Making Discursive Spaces: a collaboration between disabled and deaf artists and interior architecture students

Jos Boys

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Abstract

This website explores some new ways of thinking about, and responding to, architecture and accessibility. It tries to capture some interesting ‘discursive spaces’ around disability and building design, based on a creative collaboration between deaf and disabled artists and interior architecture students from the School of Architecture and Design, University of Brighton during May 2007. The website can also be downloaded as a pdf, and works as an evaluation report for the (Arts Council SE funded) project.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherArts Council South East
Publication statusAccepted/In press - May 2007

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