This mini exhibition is the culmination of the artist’s research and creative exploration into disability identity and how it is affected by an ableist society. Through her lived experience, the artist has explored the feelings and frustrations of living as a disabled person within a world that is not designed to cater to her accessibility needs and in a society that is not comfortable with difference.
Gillian Ashcroft-Smith is an activist and an artist-facilitator who creates art through mixed bricolage and traditional craft methods. She particularly enjoys creating new visually pleasing pieces from rescued, recovered and reused materials.
Pop into the Treasure House Theatre in World Museum