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A. Laura Brody (Creative Commons)
VISUAL: Opulent Mobility 2022 featuring A. Laura Brody, Kat Chudy, Katlin Combs, Kellie Gillespie, ju90, Brontë Grimm, Ash Hagerstrand, David Isakson, Judith Klausner, Ellen Mansfield, Lisa Merida-Paytes, Katherine Sherwood, Annelies Slabbynck, Misty Stokes, and Rachel Ungerer.

Opulent Mobility 2022 – Re-Imagine Disability and Mobility

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Date(s) - 10/09/2022 - 11/04/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM

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Antelope Valley College Art Gallery

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We accept 2D and sculptural work, music files, and performances on digital media. Artists may submit up to 10 works of art. A flat $20 fee covers administrative costs.

  • Opulent Mobility: Re-imagine Disability
  • October 9- November 4, 2022
  • Public Reception: Sunday, October 9, 2022 from 1-4 PM

Participating Artists: A. Laura Brody, Kat Chudy, Katlin Combs, Kellie Gillespie, ju90, Brontë Grimm, Ash Hagerstrand, David Isakson, Judith Klausner, Ellen Mansfield, Lisa Merida-Paytes, Katherine Sherwood, Annelies Slabbynck, Misty Stokes, and Rachel Ungerer.

Curated by A. Laura Brody and Anthony Tusler.

There is so much that able-bodied people could learn from the wisdom that often comes with disability. But space needs to be made. Hands need to reach out. People need to be lifted up
Alice Wong, Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-first Century

Antelope Valley College Art Gallery is pleased to present Opulent Mobility, which gives voice to artists re-imagining disability as opulent and powerful. This group exhibition brings together fifteen local, national, and international contemporary artists, working in a range of visual media, each of whom produce works around their narrative and experiences based on the systemic structures and representations surrounding the labels of disability. Their visual interpretations are a powerful reminder that accommodation, understanding, and appreciation is important for social justice, but there is also a unique wisdom from those with disabilities that should be heard, empowered, and lifted up.


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IMAGE courtesy of A. Laura Brody (Creative Commons)

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