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A collaboration between deaf and disabled artists and interior architecture students

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What We Did

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Each of the artists took it in turns to show examples of their work to students through a slideshow

Making Discursive Spaces was centred around a conventional studio-based design project in Interior Architecture at the University of Brighton, in Spring 2007. Second year undergraduate students were asked to propose a programme for artists' studios (defined as widely as they wanted) which fitted in and around the current activities of Truman Brewery in Brick Lane, East London.

The artists joined us towards the end of this project, and interacted through seminars, presentations and 1:1 tutorials. This section outlines what our aims were for Making Discursive Spaces and the processes we went through.

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Student participants

With many thanks to the students who participated: Kerry Alford, Charlotte Brisley, Matt Everest, Laia Martin Marqueda, Lettie McCall, Alex Paduano, Rohini Pophale, Dominie Shelley, Vasiliki Stylianou, Ellie Taplin, and Rebecca Whythe.
Arts Council England University of Brighton, Interior Architecture and Design

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