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WEEK 7 – 3 websites





with BSL & STTR

How do people living with disability see themselves in today’s sex culture? How do we imagine our crip sexual selves despite society wanting to reduce us to non-erotic bodies?

Finding your identity by being ‘attractive to others’

The belief that both ‘disability’ and ‘sex’ are commonplace and that everyone is capable of having a sexual life



‘Polytope of BOOM’ at Glasgow Open House Arts Festival 2021

Both as a cleaning boat and as a studio for photovoltaic art

The boat itself contains both ‘movement’ and ‘stillness’. Most people would think that a boat should travel on water, but BOOM treats it as a fixed residence.


Humans have always strived to keep their bodies upright and not to allow a fall to occur. And for the body itself, whether it falls or stands upright, it is a posture of the body. The body is always the body itself. If the balance of the body is broken and the bondage of the mind to the upright body is broken, will the body get a breakthrough?

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