Artist, activist and performer Jess Thom, who has Tourette syndrome, asks novel questions about the portrayal of disability in the arts and the exclusion of people with disabilities as cultural and creative producers. Her exploration of neurodiversity through the work of Samuel Beckett makes art accessible to everyone, and at the same time raises questions about cultural curation, who has access to theater and who can perform it.
Screens with “The Unconditional” (30 minutes)
An unflinching look into the life of a family raising two children with undiagnosed developmental disabilities.
Live-streamed discussion to follow.+ More... - Less...
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