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PUSH ME - Sue Austin
Creating the Spectacle is a groundbreaking series of performances by artist Sue Austin in her self-propelled underwater wheelchair. Filmed in Portland, Dorset with breathtaking footage from Egypt's Red Sea, Sue's film transforms the way we see the wheelchair.
Sue aims to spark a public conversation about the nature and value of contemporary arts practice shaped by the experience of disability.
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This film is part of the Push Me Unlimited Programme, 24 short films counting down to the International Day of People with Disability on Mon 3 Dec when we present the theatrical premiere of Total Permission, a ground-breaking documentary which brings together the 12 artists featured in these films.
Push Me Unlimited
Please note: this is a old season with no further events to see
Extraordinary art in extraordinary moments: here we present all 24 of the PUSH ME films as we count down to International Day of People with Disability on Mon 3 Dec when we will screen the theatrical premiere of Total Permission.
Past events and screenings that were part of this season
The Keeper of Lost Causes
This engrossing Scandinavian crime drama is the first adaptation of the Department Q novels. A detective is now a pariah on the force after a shootout goes badly wrong.
20,000 Days on Earth
This hotly anticipated profile of musician Nick Cave's first 20,000 days on earth has been wowing audiences since its premiere. A fascinating and illuminating exploration of the creative process.