Projects

Over seven years, Bodies in Translation projects will set in motion an intellectual wave combining artistic creation, interdisciplinary research, technological innovation and critical inquiry.

All of our projects are made possible and are strengthened by our collaborations with artists, curators, researchers, practitioners and community members.


Art in Translation: A Digital Catalogue Series

Ongoing


Relaxed Performance: Exploring Accessibility in the Canadian Theatre Landscape
Report by British Council and Bodies in Translation
May 2019


Bridging Wikipedia and Academia
Ongoing


Cripping the Arts
Harbourfront Centre, Toronto, ON
January 24-26, 2019


Holding Patterns: Roll a thon
Planet Storage, Toronto, ON
October 1, 2018


Dolleen Tisawii’ashii Manning Public Talk ::::: Off the Cuff: Mnidoo Infinity Squeezed through Finite Modulations
Art Gallery of Guelph
April 5, 2018


Trent University 40th Annual Ashley Fellow Artist In Residence: Lara Kramer
February 26 to March 9, 2018


Thickening Fat: Dialogues on Intersectionality, Social Justice & Fatness
February 2018


Technologies of Justice
University of Ontario Institute of Technology
January 26 to 27, 2018


Art As Activism / Activism as Art
Musagetes
Dolleen Tisawii’ashii Manning and Amanda Cachia
January 18th to January 21st, 2018


Progress is a Spiral Upward
Tangled Art + Disability
sab meynert
September 7 to October 14, 2017


Bodies in Translation: Age and Creativity
Mount Sainte Vincent University Art Gallery
September 9th – November 12th, 2017


Crip Interiors: MIXER
Creative Users in partnership with Tangled Art + Disability
August 10 to 12, 2017


Create/Change: AZ Institute: Transforming Elder Care Through Creative Engagement
Ryerson University
May 2017


Outside the Lines
In conjunction with “Lives Outside the Lines: Gender and Genre in the Americas” Symposium
York University
May 15 to 19, 2017


admiring all we accomplish
Tangled Art + Disability
April 7 to June 30, 2017


Aging/Disability Nexus Symposium
Ryerson University’s School of Disability Studies
February 16 to 17, 2017