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In the latest of our Viewfinder peer-to-peer interviews, Deborah Caulfield speaks to artist Anne Teahan about re-discovering her voice in a world so dominated by language.

A section of a painting Anne Teahan's painting 'Guardian Combat'. It is a depiction of two frozen stills of an online debate on the Guardian website. Acrylic on canvas.

A section of Anne Teahan's Guardian Combat.

In the latest of our Viewfinder peer-to-peer interviews, Deborah Caulfield speaks to artist Anne Teahan about re-discovering her voice in a world so dominated by language.

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A photograph of Nuclear Family by Anne Teahan depicting 5 pairs of paper shoes made from torn drawings on cartridge paper, wall-mounted on a grey painted rectangle.

Nuclear Family by Anne Teahan

In the latest of our Viewfinder peer-to-peer interviews, Deborah Caulfield speaks to artist Anne Teahan about re-discovering her voice in a world so dominated by language.

Comments

19 January 2016

Anne Teahan

Hi Jan

What are you thoughts about the subject? My impression is that mainstream discussions don't include many disabled people's contributions. What do you think?

19 January 2016

Jan Dungey

I am an MS sufferer and electric wheelchair user. I am happy to talk about assisted dying. Best, Jan

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