Unlimited offers talented disabled artists funds and mentoring support to develop, produce and show ambitious work. The aim of Unlimited is to embed work by disabled artists within the UK cultural sector, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people.
This new series of films by David Hevey, we look at the artists behind our round two commissions and explore the work from their perspective.
In this film we spend two minutes with Cameron Morgan, who talks about his exhibition, TV Classics Part 1.
Cameron is fascinated by popular culture, in particular a love of 70s and 80s television, films and music – an interest shared by people with learning disabilities the world over. Working with iconic television imagery from the 1930s onwards, Cameron is spending six months in Project Ability’s studio creating ten paintings that honour the past eight decades of television history.