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In this lecture we will consider the social model of disability. We will look at a number of examples of ‘Crip-Arts’ and how these works have been developed as a means to confront societal conceptions of disability. We then turn to universal design and the social model of disability as a means to consider the motivations behind innovative designs with the design spaces of disability and access.

Learning Aims

To enable students to develop critical reflection of their own innovative co­design, entrepreneurial and transdisciplinary group practices;