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PUSH ME Collection
A series of short films about artists pushing themselves to reach previously unattained goals
The Push Me Collection is a series of short films about artists who are pushing themselves to reach previously unattained goals.
The artists are commissioned by the Unlimited programme as part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad and will showcase their work at the Unlimited Festival
For more information on the artists and full credits go to Push Me Please
See how their story continues in the Push Me Collection: The Journey.
Sue Austin Creating the spectacle is a groundbreaking series of performances by artist Sue Austin in her self-propelled underwater wheelchair.
Bobby Baker Spare 90 seconds to take tea with Bobby Baker and find out about her latest performance.
Caroline Bowditch An ambitious new outdoor production by Caroline Bowditch performed in air, in water and on land.
Jez Colborne Driven by a life-long fascination with warning sirens, Jez Colborne can hear music where most of us hear noise.
Laurence Clark Liverpool based Laurence Clark is a multi award-winning comedian with a unique knack of changing how we view disabled people.
Claire Cunningham Claire Cunningham turns her crutches into exquisite partners in her darkly humorous and deeply personal portrait, ménage à trois.
Stumble danceCircus Box of frogs is a circus show with a difference.
Rachel Gadsden Rachel Gadsden is an award winning artist who has collaborated with a group in south africa, who like her, are kept alive by medication.
Ramesh Meyyappan Suspended high in the air on ropes, Ramesh Meyyappan talks about his latest production, skewered snails - the darkly comic tale of a dysfunctional family.
Simon McKeown For digital artist, Simon McKeown, the movement of disabled people is something to be celebrated, promoting diversity and difference.
Janice Parker Janice Parker takes us behind the world of private dancer to discover dance as it is rarely seen.
Jenny Sealey, Graeae and Strange Fruit Gravity-defying outdoor theatre performed on four-metre high sway poles to create new stories in the air.