Drawing Together #52: Indisposable

“Our job as artists is to make what was considered disposable indisposable, and to archive and make visible moments when we or others were made to feel disposable and provide tactics for care and mourning.”  -Ann Fox   The Drawing Together community convened again on Sunday, August 27. Our session was led by Dr. Ann Fox, a Professor of English at Davidson College, where she teaches courses in literary and cultural disability studies, modern and contemporary drama, and graphic medicine. Her scholarship on disability and visual representation has been published widely, and she has also co-curated several disability-related visual arts … Continue reading Drawing Together #52: Indisposable