F_PODCAST intersectional spaces in practice

F_PODCAST intersectional spaces in practice

starting from difference with Zoe Partington & Jos Boys [en]

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Zoe Partington and Jos Boys from the (dis)ordinary architecture project work with a network of disabled and deaf artists to develop models of new practice for the built environment, led by the creativity and experiences of those artists. In their regular meeting place in London we talk about how hard it is to challenge norms, who is enabled or disabled by existing spaces, and how their projects enable architecture students to explore built spaces beyond their usual perspective. (find references on fem-arc.net or in show notes)


00:01:06:13 Friends Meeting House London https://www.quaker.org.uk/contact-us/friends-house
00:01:43:18 Matrix Feminist Design Co-operative https://www.spatialagency.net/database/matrix.feminist.design.co-operative
00:02:33:22 Architecture Inside Out (Tate Modern) Film by Abigail Norris and Joseph Young 2008 < https://artofnoises.com/architecture-inside-out/>
00:06:44:02 Jay Dolmage https://uwaterloo.ca/english/people-profiles/jay-dolmage
00:08:03:02 Disordinary Architecture Project http://disordinaryarchitecture.co.uk
The DisOrdinary Architecture Project Vimeo showcase https://vimeo.com/showcase/4562223
00:23:25:11 Architecture Beyond Sight Project Planning Workshop https://vimeo.com/296974975
00:24:01:16 Bartlett Dean: Alan Penn https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/prof-alan-penn
00:25:51:18 Writer: Mandy Redvers-Rowe https://disabilityarts.online/directory/redvers-rowe-mandy/
00:26:37:17 Architect: Carlos Pereira http://www.carlosmouraopereira.net/
00:27:18:12 Architect: Shade Abdul https://deft.space/about/#about-people-sect2
00:29:56:08 Ergonomic Drawing: Glasgow School of Art http://www.gsa.ac.uk/life/gsa-events/events/j/jos-boys-doing-disability-differently-in-architectural-education-plus-practice/
00:32:08:16 Artist: Joseph Young https://artofnoises.com
00:35:43:10 Artist: Rachel Gadsen http://www.rachelgadsden.com/
00:35:56:02 A Sense of Place http://disordinaryarchitecture.com/wp/Projects-509/
00:38:39:20 Emily Stone: Events Officer Co-Lead of Events Management Community of Practice, UCL https://uk.linkedin.com/in/emily-stone-26b0996b
00:38:35:10 Prof. Barbara Penner https://www.ucl.ac.uk/bartlett/architecture/dr-barbara-penner
00:44:20:07 Artist: David Dixon http://daviddixon.co.uk/
00:44:21:00 “Alterator” Project by David Dixon http://disordinaryarchitecture.com/wp/projects-502/
00:45:05:23 Zoe Partington’s ‘Characters’ project. https://www.zoepartington.co.uk
00:51:06:10 Peter Barker OBE (1836 - 2018) Joint Mobility Unit (JMU) RNIB and Visiting Professor in Inclusive Environments, University of Reading
00:51:35:09 Artist and activist: Barbara Lisicki https://the-ndaca.org/the-people/barbara-lisicki/
00:51:37:09 Artist and activist: Alan Holdsworth https://the-ndaca.org/the-people/alan-holdsworth/
00:51:41:01 Artist: Liz Crow http://www.roaring-girl.com
00:53:32:00 Aimi Hamraie https://aimihamraie.wordpress.com/
00:55:17:11 Alison Kafer https://liberalarts.utexas.edu/english/faculty/ak34238
00:55:19:23 Tanya Titchkosky https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/sje/People/1995/Tanya_Titchkosky.html
00:55:33:25 Campaign: Access is love https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2019/02/01/access-is-love/

Architecture Beyond Sight

Planning workshop podcast: https://soundcloud.com/user-570385300/architecture-beyond-sight-podcast

Pilot study week feedback from blind and partially sighted participants:
Fae Kilburn https://disabilityarts.online/blog/fae-kilburn/architecture-beyond-sight/

Clarke Reynolds https://outsidein.org.uk/news/dis-ordinary-architecture-a-visionary-course/

July 2019 Study Week film by Anna Ulrike Andersen 'Architecture Beyond Sight' https://vimeo.com/user6262581

DisOrdinary Architecture

DisOrdinary Architecture/Soundmarks https://vimeo.com/215578237

DisOrdiinary Architecture/Narratives of Difference https://vimeo.com/321870384

DisOrdinary Architecture/Tilted Horizons https://vimeo.com/215407274


Selected readings by Disordinary Architecture http://disordinaryarchitecture.com/wp/resources-601/.

Jos Boys (2014) Doing Disability Differently: Architecture, Dis/ability and Designing for Everyday Life Routledge

Jos Boys (2017)(Ed) Disability, Space, Architecture: A Reader Routledge

Tanya Titchkosky (2011) The Question of Access: Disability, Space, Meaning University of Toronto Press

Aimi Hamraie (2017) Building Access: Universal Design and the Politics of Disability University of Minnesota Press

Jay Timothy Dolmage (2013) Disability Rhetoric Syracuse University Press

Tobin Siebers (2010) Disability Aesthetics University of Michigan Press

Alison Kafer (2013) Feminist Queer Crip Indiana University Press

Margaret Price (2010) Mad as School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life University of Michigan Press

Melanie Yergeau (2017 ) Authoring Autism: on Rhetoric and Neurological Queerness Duke University Press

Elizabeth Guffey and Bess Williamson (2020) Making Disability Modern: A Design History Bloomsbury Visual Arts

UK disabled artists websites

Disability Arts Online https://disabilityarts.online

National Disability Arts Collection & Archive https://the-ndaca.org/the-people/

Shape Arts https://www.shapearts.org.uk

UnLimited https://weareunlimited.org.uk


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