Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Disability Aesthetics (Externally or Internally Imposed)?

Up to now, all previous posts (except post about Alison Lapper), were concerned on topics where disability aesthetics were somehow an externally imposed hypothesis. The subject matter itself, in his initial form, was never had a hint of or intended to be a representative of disability aesthetics. Even Mark Quinn's sculptures, in which his intentions are clear, are based on the ancient statues where there were no intention of course, to represent disability.
Let's now give consideration to subject matters in which disability aesthetics are rather not externally imposed but expressed through a more wittingly manner.

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