Beyond human: sensing sound

In the final blog of their series artist Alicia Radage dissects the presence of sound in their practice in light of a commitment to accessibility.


Author: Eli Hayes

Anne Deeming's new work is reframing our relationship to the natural world

Ahead of the opening of her installation at London's Wetlands Centre, we spoke to artist Anne Deeming about her project, sustainability, and the impact of the environmental crisis on disabled artists.


Author: Eli Hayes

Painting the climate crisis with Jack Haslam

Shape's Sustainability Season continues with a peek behind-the-scenes into painter Jack Haslam's creative process.


Author: Eli Hayes

What's on

  • Mob-Shop

    Mob-Shop is a continuing, disabled-led project exploring mobility shops, mobility aids and the devices and practices used by and designed for disabled and critically ill people. Read more

  • Johanna Hedva's GLUT: a superabundance of nothing

    2021 Adam Reynolds Awardee Johanna Hedva's latest project explores the mystical nature of AI in a hair-raising video game. Read more

  • Premiere of 'Quake': a new performance film from Alicia Radage

    Alicia's collaboration with Shape culminates in this new performance film exploring neurodivergent experience and Shamanistic practice. Read more

  • All Bound Together?

    The online Shape Open returns, exhibiting critical perspectives on community and isolation from disabled and marginalised creatives as we emerge from lockdown. Read more