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My chapter on vision impairment and performative pedagogies now been published by Peter Lang USA.

My book Leap into Action: Critical Performative Pedagogies in Art and Design Education has now been published by Peter Lang USA.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Leap-into-Action-Performative-Pedagogies/dp/1433166402 In Chapter Ten, Strange Continuities (Author: Lee Campbell), I provide a series of reflections upon how critical performative pedagogies may be employed to explore ‘the relations between vision and hearing’ (Connor, 2000: 14), ‘strange continuities’ (ibid.: 18) and the reorientation for visually impaired people of the inside and outside where sound, as Steven Connor (2000) suggests, is relentless. The majority take the form of discursive descriptions of two artistic research resi- dencies, the first in London in 2017 and the second in Malta in 2019. Part of the larger You Don’t Need Eyes to See You Need Vision project, during both residencies, creative practitioners (both sighted and those who are visually impaired) working across a variety of artistic disciplines including the vis…

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