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APV (an abbreviation of Access, Power & Visibility) are a London-based collective addressing issues around Disability Rights in the UK by exploring notions of radical accessibility, the relationship between power and presence, and accessibility as concept and medium.

Formed by designer and educator Arjun Harrison-Mann, artist and producer Benjamin Redgrove and writer and designer Kaiya Waerea, the collective are allies to the Disability Rights Movement and their work is grounded in The Social Model of Disability. Stemming from personal lived experience as well as experience of the UK disability benefits system, their work oscillates between provocation and service, contemplation and practicality.

APV (an abbreviation of Access, Power & Visibility) are a London-based collective addressing issues around Disability Rights in the UK by exploring notions of radical accessibility, the relationship between power and presence, and accessibility as concept and medium.

Formed by designer and educator Arjun Harrison-Mann, artist and producer Benjamin Redgrove and writer and designer Kaiya Waerea, the collective are allies to the Disability Rights Movement and their work is grounded in The Social Model of Disability. Stemming from personal lived experience as well as experience of the UK disability benefits system, their work oscillates between provocation and service, contemplation and practicality.

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