DISPLAYING DISABILITY ART:
STRATEGIES AND REFLECTIVE QUESTIONS
Disability art tends to be difficult to understand, critique and display. Not because it includes disabled people or themes of disability, but because frequently, disabled people are not in control of the very projects, exhibitions and performances that they are involved in and/or that are based on their experiences. These strategies and questions have been developed to help think critically about disability art and curatorial practice. They are in no way exhaustive, or absolute. They are however, a collection of considerations that have been researched and integrated in other situations. As such they provide an ideal starting point in which to explore disability representations, presentation and displays.