The M.Sc. in Disability Studies (School of Social Work and Social Policy) presents 'Somebody to love:
Sexuality and Disability in Ireland'. The talks will explore "issues of sexuality, decision making capacity, and current legislation in the context of Ireland’s ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities".
Artist Jesse Jones undertakes a performative research enquiry, commissioned for the Live Collision festival, which "sets out the task of understanding the phenomenon of aesthetics and politics through an inquiry into the cognitive perceptual capacity of the brain itself".
Darklight film festival present The Irreducible Difference of the Other by Irish no-wave filmmaker Vivienne Dick. This new film by Dick "questions what it means to be human in a world orientated towards war, terror, and consumption" and stars Franco-Irish actress Olwen Fouéré.