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Part of Stage 2 of the Between the Cracks project involved 5 people who all identified as being disabled by society in some way engaged in 10 video making workshops. In partnership with neighbouring organisation Information & Cultural Exchange (ICE), facilitators Morgan Newall and Alison Richardson and the group explored concepts of invisibility and visibility to come up with their own short video.

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Part of Stage 2 of the Between the Cracks project involved 5 people who all identified as being disabled by society in some way engaged in 10 video making workshops.  In partnership with neighbouring organisation Information & Cultural Exchange (ICE), facilitators Morgan Newall and Alison Richardson the group explored concepts of invisibility and visibility to come up with their own short video based on their personal experiences which were launched online on the opening night of See In Me, February 14th, 2013.

The videos created can be viewed above.
The One that Didn’t Get Away by Georgia Cranko
When Into Existence by Ana Nguyen
Michael Godlee
Halls of Time by Joshua Goy
Genius of a Bright Star by Robert Coles

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