Opulent Mobility 2018 was a groundbreaking art exhibit that re-imagines disability, mobility, and access. The physical exhibit was held at Thymele Arts in Los Angeles from December 2-8.
The online exhibit is now available for viewing at www.opulentmobility.com.
The artists of Opulent Mobility 2018 are A. Laura Brody, Yaron Dotan, Kellie Dunn, Julia Feldman, Gabriele Gervickaite (aka Gabe Cosmo), ju90, Aragna Ker, Penny Richards, Katherine Sherwood, Annelies Slabbynck, and Laura Swanson.
Opulent Mobility is a collaborative artistic effort to re-imagine mobility, disability and access. Wheelchairs, walkers, prosthetic limbs, crutches and other assistive technology devices are part of our lives, but they’ve been left far behind when it comes to attractive and inviting innovation and personalization. There are thousands and thousands of desirable and striking designs for furniture, phones, and bicycles. Why not adaptive technology?
Opulent Mobility is curated by A. Laura Brody and Anthony Tusler. Ms. Brody is a professional costume maker and designer who developed Opulent Mobility as a series of artworks, then built it into a juried group exhibit. Mr. Tusler is a photographer and disability arts activist. His photographs of the original ADA protests are on the resource page of his web site, www.aboutdisability.com.
Accessibility notes for the visual and hearing impaired: text and audio descriptions of each artwork will be provided.
The Opulent Mobility license refers to the exhibit and its audio descriptions. Individual artworks are the property of the individual artists.