Research and Co-Production

As a Community Co-Investigator I often collaborate with other artists, academics and activists on projects about sound, art, intersectionality and the ‘othered’ body.

Research using methods of co-production offers communities greater control over the research process, and provides opportunities to learn and reflect from their experience.

Below are a few recent projects I’ve been involved with:

Nashesizer

Developing a bespoke musical instrument around my needs that allows for expression, precision, dynamics and reliability.

Drake Music
Disability – Music | Technology | Inclusion 

Working with creatives, makers and coders and Media City Eagle Lab.


New Spaces

Exploring ‘Queer and Disability Arts‘  for an international collaborative project exploring the toilet.

Around The Toilet
Intersectionality  – Toilets | Inclusion | Belonging 

Working with academic researchers based across four Universities. Final report can be found here.


D2ART 

Exploring the potential of new innovative digital tools to support and extend the practice of physically disabled visual artist.

Disability Arts in Shropshire
Disability – Technology | Hacking | Inclusion 

Working with creatives, makers and coders in association with the University of Birmingham.