Giuseppe Comuniello is a visually impaired dancer and choreographer from Italy supported by Oriente Occidente Dance Festival. In 2019, he was one of the selected artists to take part in the third Europe Beyond Access laboratory held in Maastricht. His work, spanning both stage and screen, demonstrates a broad range of interests including differences in perspectives, the haptic realm and touch, group dynamics, and streams of consciousness. Giuseppe is also part of the disabled artists group, Al. Di. Qua, alongside Chiara Bersani, Diana Anselmo, Dalila D’Amico, Aristide Rontini, Valentina Alessandria, Claudio Gaetani, and Giacomo Curti. In his portfolio, he has worked with Camilla Guarino, Virgilio Sieni Company, Alessandro Schiattarella and BewegGrund Company, Civil Ballet Company, musician Francesca Gaza, among many others. He has taught workshops with: Stopgap Dance Company, Camilla Guarino at the Teatro Comunale of Ferrara for the Festival La società a teatro, Mariateresa Diomedes for Disability on stage at the Orme festival in Lugano, and Silvia Berti at the Istituto Cavazza in Bologna. This film is part of a series of artist profiles produced by the transnational network, Europe Beyond Access.