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Multimedia Storytelling Methodology: Notes on Access and Inclusion in Neoliberal Times

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Title: Multimedia Storytelling Methodology: Notes on Access and Inclusion in Neoliberal Times
Author: Rice, Carla; Mündel, Ingrid
Abstract: In this article, the authors examine the impact of using their evolving multimedia storytelling method (digital art and video) to challenge dominant representations of non-normative bodies and foster more inclusive spaces. Drawing on their collaborative work with disability and non- normatively embodied artists and communities, they investigate the challenges of negotiating what ‘access’ and ‘inclusion’ mean beyond the individualizing discourses of neoliberalism without erasing the specificities of differentially-lived experiences. Reflecting on their experiences in a variety of workshops and on a selection of videos made in those workshops, they identify and analyze three iterative ‘movements’ that mark their storytelling processes: from failure to vulnerability, from time to temporality, and from individual voice to collective concerns. The authors end by considering some of the ways they have experimented with developing an iterative workshop method that welcomes difference while simultaneously allowing for an examination of the terms of the shared space and of the mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion operating within that space.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10214/17514
Date: 2019-02
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Citation: Rice, C., & Mundel, I. (2019). Multimedia storytelling methodology: Notes on access and inclusion in neoliberal times. Canadian Journal of Disability Studies, 8(1): 118-148. https://doi.org/10.15353/cjds.v8i1.473


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