I want everyone at Arts Council England to know that telling anyone who begins a conversation by saying that they have struggled with access (in a nay context and for any reason) to get networked in, is simply not equitable. And I’m sorry, but for invisible disability it’s like telling a wheelchair user to grow a leg.
It’s time to talk networking and how it can work against autistic art professionals in particular. I won’t talk beyond my own experience but I hope what I say can apply more widely. SO networking. From the outside I appear relatively networked in. I have public funding, and I’m a member of an artists’ studiosContinue reading “Networked out? Autism and ‘real time’ in professional practice.”