Articles tagged ‘sight’

Kayla Hamilton: “Do I Need to Name It?”

“Is Blackness performative disability? How do we de-center sight as a primary source of consumption? Are there different ways of using description of aesthetic and accessibility?” NYC-based visually impaired dancer/choreographer Kayla Hamilton asks all this and more in her interview as part of the Discussing Disability in Dance Project.

Decentering Sight through Dance

Choreographer Jess Curtis’ new work “(in)Visible” seeks to dislocate vision from the center of the experience of dance. He and his collaborators Sophia Neises and Tiffany Taylor discuss how the piece is functionally and artistically accessible for people with vision impairments.