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By Colin Hambrook

Photograph with a cannon in the foreground, and a brick built Victorian fort in the background

Photograph of Fort Brockhurst by Caroline Cardus

Caroline Cardus' Go Make! residency at Fort Brockhurst in Gosport, is the fourth in an ongoing series of bursaries for disabled and deaf artists, awarded by Dada-South. Colin Hambrook reports.

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Fort Brockhurst seems an unlikely venue for disability art-making with a group of local disabled punters. What inspired you about the building, its architecture and its history?

Photograph of the inside of a brick built space, inside Fort Brockhurst by Caroline Cardus

Photograph of Fort Brockhurst by Caroline Cardus

Caroline Cardus' Go Make! residency at Fort Brockhurst in Gosport, is the fourth in an ongoing series of bursaries for disabled and deaf artists, awarded by Dada-South. Colin Hambrook reports.

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What kinds of results are you hoping to get from this residency, firstly for yourself as an artist, secondly for the people who come along for the workshop; and thirdly for the partnership between English Heritage and Dada-South?

photo shows an interior space in the fort which is dark and has a barrel-vaulted ceiling

Photograph of Fort Brockhurst by Caroline Cardus

Caroline Cardus' Go Make! residency at Fort Brockhurst in Gosport, is the fourth in an ongoing series of bursaries for disabled and deaf artists, awarded by Dada-South. Colin Hambrook reports.

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Photograph shows  a bleak interior of a victorian fort with a large window and a barrel-vaulted ceiling

Photograph of Fort Brockhurst by Caroline Cardus

Caroline Cardus' Go Make! residency at Fort Brockhurst in Gosport, is the fourth in an ongoing series of bursaries for disabled and deaf artists, awarded by Dada-South. Colin Hambrook reports.