Making the invisible visible: Exploring life with chronic illness/disability through puppetry
Making the invisible visible is an autobiographical essay about living with chronic illness/disability and the power of puppetry to tell the author’s story. The author reflects on the ‘Life Outside the Box’ puppet project, which she facilitated with fellow people with disabilities. As her health is in decline, she has explored more accessible puppetry formats during mentoring with Dr Emma Fisher. The resulting ‘Invisible Octopus’ project explores her reality: making the invisible visible. Even to herself.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Freelance artist, writer and puppet designer
Publication date: July 1, 2020
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