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Exploring the relationship between disability and architecture

Inside Out is an Arts Council South East developmental project procuring deaf and disabled artists to respond to architecture and the environment

Rachel Gadsen and Dylan Trigg

Rachel Gadsden/Dylan Trigg

Using a combination of visual art, writing, music and film, Rachel and Dylan's project centres on the derelict Cane Hill Mental Asylum in Surrey.

Damian Toal

Damian Toal

'Home is where the heart' is an interactive installation which attempts to map an emotional life of the home, as well as an exploration of both public and private space.

Mark Ware

Mark Ware

Artwork that encourages you to take a closer look at where we live consisting of large banners showing 3D images that can be viewed using special 3D specs.

Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq

Rubbena Aurangzeb-Tariq

Creation balanced with destruction. Culture as both the liberation and enslavement of self.

Caroline Cardus

Caroline Cardus

This is not about being a victim. It is about exposing the fragments, or celebrating the beauty.

Nomi Lakmaier

Nomi Lakmaier

Special installations using the utilitarian language and physical qualities of functional public spaces.

A small disclaimer: This site is a "work in progress"! There are a few omissions and rough edges to be found. All comments and suggestions are welcome.

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