Intervention / 8 November 2011
My computer died, hence the long pause in online accessibility. And I’ve been recovering from an accident and all that stress has resulted in a personal “crash”.
Re-booting has been hard and slow I’ve been working with scrambled eggs; luckily they are reverting back to “little grey cells” because I was beginning to get a little scared.
I’m getting to grips with different technology but totally, temporarily, cut off from the digital projects I have been working on.
This might be good; I shall come back to it all, refreshed after a time out.
And I have a new project to focus on. The View from Here is an exhibition at Salisbury Arts Centre, with work by Martin Bruch, Juan delGado, Aidan Moesby, and me.
I’m “Sitting in Residence” and I see from the invitation to the preview that it says “an intervention” – cool, I’ve not done that before.
I hope to discover people who will talk about their journey to access this exhibition and to make poetry, add texts to the exhibition space and blog.
Keywords: access issues,art,creative writing,disability art,exhibition,poetry,