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The Project

Funder: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

Project Website:


Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice at the University of Guelph

Tangled Art + Disability.  


Goal of the Bodies in Translation project:

  • Create access to art for non-normatively embodied people and opportunities for the public to engage with such art, in order to:

  • expand understanding of non-normative vitality and advance social justice in Ontario.

Goal of the knowledge platform:

  • Provide accessible and inclusive teaching/learning tools that will facilitate the sharing of digital information (as described above).

  • Spark the curiosity of those who might not otherwise imagine inclusive ways of working.

Goal of the co-design sessions:

  • Collaboratively generate design ideas for the knowledge platform in interactive, useful and playful ways, considering:

  • what the knowledge platform could be, what potential users want to see in a platform, and how users would want to engage with the platform.


  • Knowledge Platform Wireframes
  • Design Brief Document:
    • Knowledge Platform User Stories
    • Summary of 4 co-design sessions
    • Developer/designer guide to turn this into the knowledge platform

Working Documents

Co-design session #4

  • Planning & Schedule (In progress)

Co-design session #3

Co-design session #2

Co-design Session #1

Resources and Related Projects



Meeting notes

Communication channel or platform (link):

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