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3-day online Workshop
We are happy to announce that in the last months together with the MichaelDouglas collective, Dana Caspersen and accessibility experts, we have developed our new mixed-abled online format: PerspectiveShift.
Join us on a three-day workshop-journey in which we explore the topics of polarization, creativity, and self-reflection.
What is special about it?
As a team, we’ve developed a concept that not only incorporates accessibility measures in its external framework and conditions of use. It also creatively integrates the themes of barrier freedom and mixed-ability in our content and artistic formats. Through self-reflection, mixed-abled dance, confrontation and imagination, we will build a self-reflective space of experimentation that opens up new horizons of experience, body and knowledge. Through the awakening of curiosity, the possibility can arise to face conflicts in an open and direct manner.
It’s all a question of perspective – bring in your questions, thoughts, perspectives and conflicts!
We are looking forward to changing perspectives together.
PerspectiveShift Presentation Video: Douglas Bateman
PerspectiveShift Presentation Video: Adam Ster
PerspectiveShift Presentation Video: Michael Maurissens
PerspectiveShift Presentation Video: Dana Caspersen
Research with persons who are blind and visually impaired
For more diversity and accessibility
The aim of our research is to open up the digital (dance) space to all people who want to
apply themselves to mixed-abled dance.
As barrier-free digital training is not available at the moment for blind and visually impaired
people, we are currently embarked on a research trip with people who are blind and visually
impaired, to investigate whether and how digital dance training might be a possibility for
blind and visually impaired individuals.
We will pursue these research questions: What is required to make a mixed-abled online
training accessible to blind and visually impaired persons? What preconditions do we need
to meet, and what dance-mediating and artistic concepts and approaches might the project
identify that would lead to shared, mixed-abled online training?
Would you like to learn more, or perhaps take part in the research yourself?
Then please feel free to contact us!