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Online Art Exhibition: Indisposable: Structures of Support After the ADA

September 30, 2020
Source: Ford Foundation

The Ford Foundation announces a year-long collaboration, “Indisposable: Structures of Support after the Americans with Disabilities Act,” with the Ford Foundation Gallery in New York City. This online curation, with disability as its binding thread, will unfold over 2020-2021 and culminate in a physical show at the gallery in spring/summer 2021 (pandemic willing). The gallery opened in March 2019 at the Ford Foundation Center for Social Justice in New York City. Located near the United Nations, the space is situated to draw visitors from around the world-and address questions that cross borders and speak to the universal struggle for human dignity. “Indisposable,” and its central concept, are described on the project website:

We hope you can join us for the first "chapter" on September 17, which is free, open to the public, and which you can register for at the exhibition link: . This is the first in a series of online chapters we will roll out over the next year; it will feature new work by Alex Dolores Salerno, a discussion between them and Kevin Quiles Bonilla, a poetry reading by Ellen Samuels, and will be hosted by Ryan J. Haddad.

A recording of the event will be housed on the exhibition website for those who cannot make it to watch. The event will be signed and captioned in Spanish and English; there is also a place to let us know about your access needs on the registration form itself. We hope you can join us to celebrate this work and disability arts and culture!

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