Year of Graduation
Inclusive Theatre and Representation of Disability Culture in Media
Media Production in Creative Industries
This research examines how people with disabilities entership in inclusive practices, particulary inclusive theatre. It traces how disability plays an important role in articulating new aestetic language, which opportunities it surprisingly gives to artist, questiong if the image of person with special needs that media showes beneficially works to involve disability culture to the mass culture. The author departs from the strict system of research and collects the text from splinters of various methodologies. The narrative and language of this work close to a free form of cricial essay. The consequence of the fact that mass conscience refuses to accept subjectness of artista with disabilities is escapism to the culture of disability. The analysis shows that inclusive art becomes exclusive.