Ways of Being shares approaches to inclusion and art-making, focused on issues of visibility and disability.
Set against a backdrop of austerity and increased hardship towards disabled people, Autograph has spent two years collaborating with groups and artists exploring identity through experiences of disability and neurodiversity.
We're now opening up our gallery to those collaborations for a month of exhibitions, workshops, screenings, events and interventions.
This project is in development, keep scrolling for a preview of what's being planned.
This project is in development at Autograph.
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Mouth That Roars is a youth media organisation which was set up with the sole purpose of training young people in film production who wouldn’t ordinarily have access to media resources.
Members of their autism and SEN groups are working with Autograph to create films, each of which will be screened in an immersive 3-way installation in the gallery.
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. Our building Rivington Place is an accessible space with a step-free entrance at street level, and a lift to all floors. Unisex, accessible toilets are located on all floors.
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Autograph is currently working to improve access to our building and exhibitions, and to provide more access information on our website.
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Ways of Being is part of EXPLORERS, a three-year programme of art and conversation led by Project Art Works in partnership with with Autograph ABP Fabrica, De La Warr Pavilion, MK Gallery, National Institute for Experimental Arts UNSW, Photoworks and Tate Liverpool.
Images, from top: 1,4-5) Courtesy Submit To Love Studios / Headway East London, 2019. 2) From a family SEND workshops at Autograph. 3) Courtesy Mouth That Roars, 2019. 6) Rivington Place, home of Autograph. Photograph by Zoe Maxwell