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Co-curators Vanessa Chang and Lindsey D. Felt talk about their groundbreaking exhibition Recoding CripTech at SOMArts. Recoding CripTech reimagines enshrined notions of what a body can be or do through creative technologies, and how it can move, look, or communicate.
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