Playback is the outcome of a participatory project with the ceramics community from the Sydney Institute of TAFE (SIT), Gymea Campus. Using audio description, I scripted a rendition of a found ceramic object. Participants were invited to listen to a recording of my narration, then translate the description into physical form.
For Accessible Arts, I led the establishment of the Supported Studio Network, a framework that profiles and presents a platform for visual art studios that support the career development of artists with learning disabilities.
For Accessible Arts, I developed and managed a series of national survey exhibitions that presented recent works by Australian artists with disability. The exhibition series was named aart.boxx with the fifth and final show titled Framing Gravity.
Belmore ITCH (Institute for Try-hard Ceramicists and Handicrafters) was a creative research environment that encouraged people to explore ideas through cultural, material or any other engagement with ceramics.
Who Needs Artists? (2006) literally asked if the services or presence of artists were required, but also playfully eluded to the possibility that the response might be: Artists? Who needs them!