When non-disabled people attend inaccessible events, they’re building their careers by treading on disabled people. Why does this matter?
In a world that feels bleak, it is important not to accustom ourselves to living without the hope that we can build a better future.
At Transpose: The Future (Barbican Centre, 6th-8th Dec), a collection of trans artists come together to explore how this could be done, through mediums ranging from opera to electronica and poetry.
Tickets from £5 (conc) to £15 (standard).
When we see performers on stage, what bodies are reflected in front of us – and what does that mean for the future of performance? Transpose is an evening performance at the Barbican theatre, London, 6th & 9th December, curated by CN Lester and directed by Kate O’Donnell. The line-up is entirely trans and queer artists, and theContinue reading “Performer, exhibit, excluded. Who’s on stage and whose stories are suppressed?”