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Define Your Journey: why bed bugs?

This is a preview of our new podcast, in which we speak with people who are blurring the boundaries between the roles of artists, makers, musicians, dancers, coders… In this part of the conversation, we got into some of the reasons Joanne had chosen to feature bed bugs in her pieces…and this led to some […]


Sound Ideas

Blurring the Boundaries have teamed up with the National accessArts Center in Calgary to develop a series of workshops. Watch and listen to a collaborative piece developed in week 2: Play along with the video using an embedded instrument: Play These instruments have been developed based on ideas and code in Joanne Cox’s Define Your […]


The Walrus Talks at Home

Lead artist Gift Tshuma appeared as part of an online discussion hosted by The Walrus on the 29th October. Scroll down to check out the video and transcription! But first, some context: E-flyer text: The Walrus Talks at Home: Inclusion (Part 2) Creating access and opportunity through community, design, and the artsFour speakers on how […]


? Online discussions: #CripTalkCorner

Montreal-based disability activists Gift Tshuma and Aimee Louw are establishing a new platform to discuss various angles around access. #CripTalkCorner is presented by Accessibilize Montreal in collaboration with Cinema Politica Concordia. The video of their first online event is available here: If you haven’t encountered Aimee’s work before, we highly recommend her 2019 article: Where […]