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POSTPONED: Who’s in the Zoom? Crip Practice & Belonging: Wishes for an Inclusive Recovery
March 29, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
We have had to postponed today’s event until further notice. Please see a wee update below from Raquel herself:
This is an online event as part of our Who’s in the Zoom? series, which will take place online via Zoom.
BSL & live captioning will be provided as standard.
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Crip Practice & Belonging: Wishes for an Inclusive Recovery by Raquel Meseguer Zafe
In this webinar, Raquel will share her recent research Crip Tech & Belonging which explored how we go beyond standard access to create a sense of belonging in our public spaces.
Raquel will also share her efforts to create a Resting Spaces Network, her wishes for an inclusive recovery in the arts, and consider how we might convene conversations with local art organisations & venues to move towards more equitable spaces.
About Raquel Meseguer Zafe
Raquel is a UK based practitioner whose work straddles theatre, dance, installation, performative conversations and photo-documentary. She identifies as dis-abled, and works with rest and horizontality as creative impulses.
Raquel founded Unchartered Collective in 2016 to create theatrical encounters that explore the lived experience of invisible disability. A Crash Course in Cloudspotting is supported by ACE, Unlimited, Mousonturm, Fabrica, PMStudio and MAYK. In 2019 an iteration of the piece toured Mexico, with British Council support.
Raquel also co-founded Lost Dog and was Associate Artist on Paradise Lost, and Juliet + Romeo. As a movement director, Raquel has collaborated with director Rachel Bagshaw on The Shape of the Pain, and director Amy Hodge on The Rover, Mother Courage & Her Children, and Monsieur Linh & His Child, currently in R&D with writer Jude Christian.
Raquel is currently Dancer in Residence at Arnolfini 2021, and was awarded a 2020 PMStudio Future Themes grant to explore ‘Crip Tech & New Modes of Togetherness’.