A multidisciplinary project in the Vadim Sidur Museum explores the interrelationship between contemporary art and disability.
How do people with disabilities perceive current artistic practices — and how, in turn, does the professional arts community perceive them? In search for the answers to these questions, participants of the joint project of
The project aims to outline ways to create a community in which there are no differences on the basis of physical and intellectual abilities. A community that thinks of itself holistically, but not through standardization and normativity, but rather through the realization that one's physical and cultural capabilities can only be realized to the extent that they are realized inall other participants.
Emanuel Almborg, Yuri Albert, Tatiana Basilova, Amanda Cachia, Maria Chekhonadskih, Keti Chukhrov, Fayen d’Evie, Asta Gröting, Simon Hayhoe, Alexander Kondakov, Andrey Maidanskiy, Darrin Martin, David Mitchell, Valery Podoroga, Irina Povolotskaya, Robert McRuer, Sharon Snyder, Alexandra Sukhareva, Alexander Suvorov, Sadie Wilcox, Elena Yarskaia-Smirnova and others.