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Although this ambitious and timely project failed to raise sponsorship, it raised some furtive discussion amongst disabled artists and scientists

Decadent New Assortments - mixed media by Esther Appleyard

Decadent New Assortments - mixed media by Esther Appleyard from 'A Series of Lines'

Resonant Frequency was a partnership between ITHACA, Science Oxford (the Oxford Trust) and Disability Arts Online (DAO) which sought to explore the issues around disability arts and science.

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Crippen Specimen cartoon

Crippen Specimen cartoon

Resonant Frequency was a partnership between ITHACA, Science Oxford (the Oxford Trust) and Disability Arts Online (DAO) which sought to explore the issues around disability arts and science.

Project overview
Science can be a dominating force in the lives of disabled people. Individual independence for many is often reliant on technology and on medicine. Yet disabled groups have little control over how technology and medicine develop, and little input into the
Disabled artists explore scientific ideas
As part of this blog, Colin Hambrook is building an overview of artists and art projects that have set out to explore different aspects of an engagement between disability arts and science.
Caroline Cardus
Caroline Cardus adds some thoughts on disabled people’s relationship / experience of science.
Colin Hambrook
Disabled editor Colin Hambrook gives some personal reasons for wanting to advance Resonant Frequency
Esther Appleyard
Disabled artist Esther Appleyard gives some further background to her interest in genetics