El Alto: Bringing together disability arts from across the Americas
El Alto is the British Council’s review of arts and culture in the Americas. For its second edition, the focus was on the d/Deaf and disability arts movement and ‘crip’ culture. El Alto was edited in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability (Canada) and 17, Instituto de Estudios Críticos (Mexico).
Daniel Moraes lives and works between São Paulo and Lisbon. He has a Master's in Painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon, with a degree in Industrial Design from the Faculty of Campinas (2006). Daniel works with painting, drawing and video performance. His research resides
I am an award winning artist who has been involved in a number of successful projects. My aim is to produce work that combines the effect of colours and patterns, raising imagination and awareness.
Some of the hand drawn work uses different styles, for example pen dotting or ‘tricking the eye’
Epic Arts believes together we can build a society where every person counts. We use the arts as a powerful tool for transformation that explores and celebrates the richness of diversity through creative experiences. We work with people of all abilities and backgrounds through our Inclusive Education, Community and Social
Aidan Moesby is a visual artist and curator whose work increasingly explores civic and personal wellbeing. His practice is based around research and response, much of which is underpinned through conversations. These may be real, overheard, visual, imaginary or even virtual. He works extensively within arts and health, especially where