Art and Accessibility

Alicia Grullon is a performance artist whose work deals with encounters between people. She works in public spaces, creating social interventions and re-enactments of true stories in which passersby are invited to participate. Her interventions pertain to race, class and gender-based identities and ideas of belonging and not belonging. The re-enactments she does examine the space between memory and experience.  Check out Alicia’s profile.

  • How does art make complicated issues accessible?
  • What do artists contribute?
  • Does art have to be about a specific issue? Can art be considered socially engaged if it doesn’t address a specific issue?

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