Artist, writer and cultural producer, Farzana Khan, co-founder and executive director of Healing Justice London. Farzana’s practise focuses on building community health, repair and self-transformation rooted in disability justice, survivor work and trauma-informed practice working with communities of colour and other marginalised and underrepresented groups.
Our International Exchange with Unlimited
An artist residency commissioned in partnership with Jo Verrent, Senior Producer at Unlimited. Unlimited is a commissioning programme that celebrates the work of deaf and disabled artists.
Suzie Larke (UK)
Suzie Larke is a visual artist and photographer based in Cardiff, UK. Graduating with a degree in Photography in 2003, she’s since worked internationally as a commercial and portrait photographer.
Her personal work uses conceptual photography to explore themes of identity, emotion, and the human condition. Suzie is interested in representing an internal state rather than capturing a moment in time. She creates images that challenge our notion of reality – combining photographs to present a single untampered image that simultaneously defies logic.
Tsoku Maela (South Africa)
Born March 29th in South Africa and working, predominantly, on the mediums of photography, film, and text – Maela uses his visual mediums not only to document the present but also a way to look into the future by revisualizing African narratives, culture, and aesthetics often as part of surreal and abstract visual worlds.
Unlimited supports ambitious, creative projects by outstanding disabled artists and companies. The projects include theatre, dance, music, literature, performance, painting, sculpture, public artworks, photography, digital artworks, installations, films and more.