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Jenni Hunt

Jenni Hunt is a PhD student at the University of Leicester, researching how museums present narratives of disability. She is autistic and dyspraxic, and is interested in hidden histories of sexuality, gender and disability. She posts a daily object linked to disability on her twitter account @our_objects

Posts by Jenni Hunt

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Aaron Williamson Retrospective – 25 years of performance addressing the politics of disability, identity, isolation and access

Attenborough Arts Centre in Leiecester, presents the work of Aaron Williamson from 10 May – 14 July 2019. The retrospective offers an interesting and engaging insight into a widely varied and at times challenging body of work. Review by Jenni Hunt British artist Aaron Williamson has been working for 25 years, ...

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In Out There – a showcase presenting the enduring influence of disabled artist and activist Adam Reynolds

Until 17th June, the Attenborough Arts Centre in Leicester is hosting In Out There – a Shape Arts exhibition showing the work of four artists, which draw from the legacy of Adam Reynolds. Review by Jenni Hunt. Adam Reynolds (1959-2005) was a curator, activist, gallery owner, mentor and disabled artist, who ...

Sculpture by Anna Berry

Be There At The Start – Attenborough Arts Centre showcases Unlimited’s research and development programme

Unlimited partnered with Attenborough Arts Centre in Leicester to host a day dedicated to research and development work commissioned by the program. 'Be There at the Start', held on the 23rd March, was a unique opportunity to get an insight into artistic processes from artists working across cultures, artforms and ...

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