Clothes rack with various garments

Art & Exhibitions

Frida by Ishiuchi Miyako. Michael Hoppen Gallery, London, UK. May 14 - July 12, 2015.

Karoly Gerhrig's #Hospitalglam.

Hospitalglam's tumblr.

Featured on Buzzfeed, January 11, 2015. #HospitalGlam: The Chronic Illness Social Movement. Arabelle Sicardi.

Re-framing disability: portraits from the Royal College of Physicians. Shape Arts.

The Observer Effect. Noëmi Lakmaier.

White on White. Tony Heaton.

Textile based artwork. This is Madness! Artword by students of DST500: A History of Madness & CDST504: Mad People's History.

Fashion Follow Form: Designs for Sitting. Royal Ontario Museum. June 21, 2014 to January 25, 2015.
Reviewed in Mode Connect. Ingrid Mida. June 19, 2014.

Play: The Knitting Circle by Julie McNamara.
Reviewed in BBC News. Emma Tracey. May 10, 2013.
Reviewed in Disability Arts Online. Vital Xposure. May 6, 2013.

The alternative limb project.
Also: Far Out on a Limb. The New York Times. November 1, 2013.
Also: Brilliant and bejeweled prostheses designed to stand out instead of blend in. io9. April 6, 2013.

Richard Boulet:
Stitched and Drawn
. Quilt exhibit at the Textile Museum of Canada from December 3, 2012 to March 10, 2013.
Also Richard Boulet: One long brutally mangled epiphany. Stopping off Place. August 30, 2010.

Sandi Yi’s Crip Couture
Featured in Bitch Magazine. November 15, 2012. Tales from the Crip: Crip Couture. Caitlin Wood.
Also: Yi’s Crip Couture and Wearable Art. Word Gathering. Linda J. Cronin. June 2012.

Superhuman, exploring human enhancement. July 31, 2012.

Positive Exposure.
Challenging Stereotypes: A former fashion photographer uses photography to redefine beauty. PhotoPhilanthrophy. June 4, 2012.
Fashion photog captures a new kind of beauty. Rock Center with Brian Williams, NBC. June 7, 2013.

Mad Couture Catwalk – Workman Arts/AGO.

Deafness in Disguise: Concealed Hearing Devices of the 19th and 20th Centuries. An exhibit presented by Central Institute for the Deaf (CID) and the Washington University School of Medicine Bernard Becker Medical Library.
Seeing, hearing, fashion, shame. Ragged Edge Magazine. mjohnson posts in about the Deafness in Disguise exhibit. August 6, 2005.

Artist Tamar (Tammy) Stone.

Re/formations: Disability, Women and Sculpture. Featuring Artists Rebecca Horn, Nancy Fried, Harriet Sanderson, Judith Scott and Laura Splan.

Proceedings: Panel: All-Girl Action: Crip Queer Women in Performance [transcript].