Look. At. Me.

Still to be selected.

Sound Sculpture

Three artists responses to the same seven people with disabilities.

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"Wappen Field"  Michelle Jaffé, 2012.





Michelle Jaffé creates sculpture, sound and video installations, immersing people in an experience that transforms their sensory awareness. These participatory encounters create a moment where a synaptic shift in attitude is possible and new neural connections can be made.


http://michellejaffe.com/


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Elizabeth McClancy



Elizabeth McClancy paints the faces of

social crises that are either off the radar

or insufficiently understood.  Her art and 

its exhibition are strategically designed to promote community-enhancing awareness and attitude change.




http://elizabethmcclancy.com/

Film

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Michelle Jaffé

Designing a galvanizing exhibition of world-class art to create... 

national moment within which we learn to embrace the presence of  people with disabilities.

Mattie Breaux, one of the 9 Look. At. Me. subjects.  Photo courtesy of East Carolina University DANCability. 2013.