New blog for My Care Academy – ‘Deafness and mental health’
It was great to be part of the Digital Futures: Hearing Futures panel discussion at the V&A this month. More details below.
Very pleased to announce Anahita and I will be at the Tate Exchange from the 1st to 4th March with our interactive installation: ‘We interrupt our disappearance’, part of Shape Arts programme of events for ‘Ghosts in the Machine’
Please join us, all welcome…
– drop in any time from 12 to 6pm between 1st- 4th. Tate Exchange, Tate Modern. (more details in the link)
Great piece in Limping Chicken today about Magma 69 ‘deaf issue’ launch: http://limpingchicken.com/2017/11/16/review-stairs-and-whispers-ddeaf-and-disabled-poets-write-back/
I am now a trustee at Stagetext
Pleased to share that my photography will be featured on Magma 69 ‘Deaf’ issue. Launch in November.
Information here: https://magmapoetry.com/issue-69-the-deaf-issue/
I am proud to be part of the NDACA Design team check out the latest blog here:
I wrote a blog post for The History of Place project.
Description: ‘Nina describes how decisions made at a conference in Milan in 1880 may have harmed the education of deaf children for a century, and describes her own experience of becoming deaf and beginning to learn BSL’
I wrote this about my experience with NDACA at Bucks University:
‘From the discussions I had during the week it was clear that the NDACA team are as passionate about access as I am and share my excitement about the potential for new technology to improve access in the future. The library will set a great example to others as to how access can – and should – be done, so that all feel welcome and included. This is what makes this a really exciting project in so many ways; the archive is a rich resource of information, and provides inspirational evidence of creative collaboration across the years.’
October 28th 2016
This is a guest blog post I wrote for Unlimited on my experiences of hearing loss and accessing the arts education.
Exploring the archives…a blog post for History of Place
I volunteer with History of Place and this is a blog post I wrote about my research.
October 2016 Research in Dean Gardens, West Ealing…
I began taking photographs of Dean Gardens. I am hoping to capture the memories of the park that the group have already shared with me.
Dean Gardens, Ealing, London. 2016
Experiments in digital photography, 2016
Combining digital and analogue to see what images I might capture. These were taken using an iPhone 5 and Kodak Duaflex.