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Podcast: Accessibility as a Radical Creative Practice



Part of the The Living Planet season

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On this episode of the podcast, Tammy Reynolds (artist and performer), Natalia Bedkowska (artist) and Dot Alma (queer audio describer and access worker) discuss accessibility not just as a basic right, but as a radical creative practice.

Re:Formed is a new digital artwork by queer, disabled artists Tammy Reynolds and Natalia Bedkowska and queer audio describer, Dot Alma, commissioned for FACT Together in 2020.

The work exists on our website as an accessible online photography gallery and a series of conversations between the artists, made into a podcast episode. The work explores how access can be produced within the same space, and with the same intent, of the artwork to which it refers. Working together as queer practitioners, the trio forms a relationship of exchange, reclaiming the gaze so often used against them - through a process of mutual trust, and collective learning.

Listen on Spotif or Apple Podcasts.

You can also read the full transcript of the podcast episode by clicking on the link below.

Re:Formed, 2020 was commissioned by FACT Liverpool as part of FACT Together and exists as a partner-project to Re:Form (, commissioned by DaDaFest for DaDaFest International 2020 - Translations!