In this experimental piece, we – the core members of the Access in-the-making Lab – explore how each of us come to encounter issues of access within the specificities of the material/social spaces we live in at major Canadian cities. Our collective autoethnography, composed of six experiences, seeks to reflect both the heterogeneity of disability, and how people are dis/abled in “endless different and quite specific ways”, especially so under the contingencies of crisis.
Our article is accepted for publication in the Space and Culture Journal’s upcoming special issue “Dis-abling Spaces and Cultures in Times of Crisis” edited by Michael Schillmeier.
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