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Corina Duyn

Corina Duyn’s artistic career started with a move to Ireland from her native Holland in 1990. Her Fantasy Folk Artist Dolls are in private and corporate collections. From 1998 Corina embarked on a new creative journey, unwittingly mapping out her experiences of life with chronic illness (M.E.). She has published four books and had several solo exhibitions. A year of Disability Studies became the catalyst for the Into the Light-Artist Book. Supported by the Rehab Group Visual and Performing Arts Fund 2014. She recently facilitated a Puppet Project with fellow members of the Irish Wheelchair Association, funded by Create/Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme.

Posts by Corina Duyn

Corina Duyn taken het puppet out of the box

Puppet Power

Attending the Broken Puppet Symposium on puppetry, Disability and Health last week was like stepping into a completely new world. And yet when I entered it, and moved about with open eyes and ears, I realised I had been part of this amazing, creative, fun, and astonishing place for pretty much all my life. I ...

book cover with a brick wall as background and the title Lost Voices in a white box

Severe M.E. Day – for Understanding and Remembrance

This year The 25% ME Group are placing the spotlight on Remembrance. The 8th of August 2016 was the the fourth annual Severe M.E. Day for Understanding and Remembrance. "However, sad to say, the life experiences of many of those who are no longer with us were marred by a terrible lack of understanding. So Remembrance highlights the ...