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As the sky transitions from gold to amber to red, green and blue, Alice Sheppard, a light-skinned Black woman, slides in a spider position on her stomach down the shiny ramp. The shadow of her wheelchair is visible beneath; her curly hair glows. Photo credit: MANCC / Chris Cameron.
Walker Art Center and Northrop Present

Disability Aesthetics for Design in Performance

Wed, Dec 2, 3:00-4:15 pm CST
FREE and open to the public. Link provided after registration.
About the Event

Join in a conversation about disability aesthetics and design for performance: learn about Kinetic Light’s work in production, projection, movement, and software design. Laurel Lawson, choreographic collaborator, dancer, designer, and engineer with Kinetic Light will be in conversation with Michael Maag, production, lighting and projection designer for Kinetic Light.

asl iconopen caption iconclosed caption iconThe conversation will include ASL interpretation and captioning.

 

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As the sky transitions from gold to amber to red, green and blue, Alice Sheppard, a light-skinned Black woman, slides in a spider position on her stomach down the shiny ramp. The shadow of her wheelchair is visible beneath; her curly hair glows. Photo credit: MANCC / Chris Cameron.