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Access All Areas is a combination of artists' writings, creative dialogues, critical commentaries and DVDs featuring documentation of artists' presentations and performances spanning 20 years, which reflect the ways in which Live Art has represented issues of disability in inventive and radical ways.
This 200 page publication and double DVD set has been developed from the groundbreaking Access All Areas public programme of performances, screenings and talks produced by the Agency in March 2011.
Featured artists and writers include Jon Adams, Katherine Araniello, Ron Athey, Back to Back Theatre, Bobby Baker, Caroline Bowditch and Luke Pell, sean burn, The Disabled Avant-Garde, Pete Edwards, Extant, Mat Fraser, 15mm Films, Lyn Gardner, Girl Jonah, Tony Heaton, Raimund Hoghe, David Hoyle, Noemi Lakmaier, Brian Lobel, Catherine Long, Rita Marcalo, Alan McLean and Tony Mustoe, Kim Noble, Martin O'Brien, Sinead O'Donnell, Maria Oshodi, Mary Paterson, Aine Phillips, Juliet Robson, Sheree Rose, Rajni Shah and Aaron Williamson.
"Live Art is truly the avant-garde forum for Disability Art and at the forefront of Disability Art practice, thinking and theory."
Dr Paul Darke, 2011
“…a publication that encapsulates the wealth of creative talent beavering away within the Disability Arts scene, contains the very best of their work, intelligent comment and discussion of process and practise, and looks great too. I believe it will become a seminal publication, not only for the Disability Arts world which it exposes beautifully but for the wider arts community as it demonstrates how make art books accessible. A must have for anyone interested in the arts and creative practice.”
A-N Interface, 2014
Both DVD's contain an Audio Description option and subtitles.
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