Installation Artist & Curator | Disability Arts
Light Art, Invisible Illness, Bio(medical)Art
Disability Theology, and more!
Alexis Neumann (MFA Visual Studies, MA Critical Studies '22) is a Pacific Northwest installation artist using light, bio-medical imagery, copper, and vinyl to draw attention to the complexities of the human experience while engaging Disability Studies, Intersectionality, Theology, and Cultural Studies. She lives with multiple invisible illnesses including Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and platforms other artists with disabilities through her curation. Her work focuses on and celebrates interconnectedness, intricacy and balance within the body through her use of neural and biological systems and explores resiliency and the metaphysical through sound, light, vibration, and materials.
Disability Arts Panel Discussion & Celebration
Saturday, Nov 4th at 3 PM at SATOR Projects 1607 SE 3rd Portland, OR
3 PM: Panel Discussion led by V. Maldonado
4:30 PM: Celebration with light refreshments
Cultivating Disability Arts in Community
- Curating Access
- Language Around Disability & Arts- Crip Theory, Spoon Theory, DisArts, Crip Kinship
- Creative Accommodations
- Shared Lived Experiences