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Dis/playing Dis/ability: A Virtual Art Exhibition

In collaboration with the University Museum of Contemporary Art, students in Professor Janis Greve’s  "(Dis)ability and Literature" course explored the juncture between disability and art by choosing works from the museum's permanent collection around the theme of human vulnerability. 'Dis/playing Dis/ability,' connects voices and observations from a range of art works, highlighting the act of looking, ideas of the norm, and thought-provoking ideas of the human form.