The 2022 Shape Arts Open is live now!

Back for its tenth consecutive year, twenty-five international artists respond to 2022’s curatorial theme: ‘In the mirror' and I have three pieces in the exhibition.

Computer generated graphic. Background layer is a photographer of a performer in a sparkly bodysuit with arms outstretched. This image has a cyan blue overlay. The second layer is made up of white triangles, not filled with any colour but outlined faintly in white. The final layer contains text reading 'Shards: contemporary representations of disability' alongside the Shape Arts logo, the British Museum logo, and the Shape Open exhibition logo.

In collaboration with Shape Arts, I and 4 other artists took over The British Museum for an evening of performance, provocation, and discussion around contemporary representation of disability. Learn more about Shards here.

If you missed this event see the highlights here.


Image credit: Maelstrom Under Glass, Alexandrina Hemsley, Yewande 103 (2020)

Charlie Fitz is
Sick of being patient

A photo of Charlie Fitz with a link to the about page.

Charlie Fitz (she/her/they) is a sick and disabled artist, writer and medical humanities postgraduate researcher. 

Photo credit

Photography by David PD Hyde

for Able Zine

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'The Medical Muse' (2022) is an assisted-self portrait series in collaboration with Oscar Vinter.

An advert for the exhibition Hysterical with a hyperlink to the news and events page.