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“When we feel inadequate, it’s because we’re not being heard” – Elinor Rowlands talks to Kate Lovell about ‘coming out’ as a disabled artist in the latest of DAO’s Viewfinder peer-to-peer interviews.

A promotional photograph from the forthcoming film, Rouge. It depicts two women, one has the other's head in her hands as if they are about to kiss.

A promotional shot from Rowlands's forthcoming film, Rouge. Photograph by Luana Martignon.

“When we feel inadequate, it’s because we’re not being heard” – Elinor Rowlands talks to Kate Lovell about ‘coming out’ as a disabled artist in the latest of DAO’s Viewfinder peer-to-peer interviews.

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A photograph of director, Elinor Rowlands, she is looking into a video camera held by a cameraman.

Rowlands directing on set.

“When we feel inadequate, it’s because we’re not being heard” – Elinor Rowlands talks to Kate Lovell about ‘coming out’ as a disabled artist in the latest of DAO’s Viewfinder peer-to-peer interviews.

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6 March 2016

sandra holt

thankyou, This is so refreshing to read.

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