Tameka Blackwell, And the Sun Still Shines read by members of 1525 Collective.
How can we consider care as a collective, rather than individual, concern? Through their artworks and published writings, Carolyn Lazard explores the social and aesthetic dimensions of dependency, care, and access. Their work considers care as a collective, rather than individual, concern, shifting our assumptions of accessibility or how we might come together.
Over the duration of Lazard’s exhibition, Long Take at Nottingham Contemporary we invited our 1525 Collective to expand on Lazard’s practice by reading And the Sun Still Shines by writer and disability community advocate Tameka Blackwell. Listen to a recording of the text read by 1525 Collective members Maria Leonor Banha and Colette Rogers here.