In "Able", Sandra Alland uses stop-motion photography and recorded voice to create a metaphoric and literal vision of barriers to access. The text mixes poetry with benefit applications, border control terminology, and medical and blood donor questionnaires. Notions of (dis)ability, race, class, gender identity and sexuality intersect to ask the question: "Who gets to be 'able'"? Included as part of Tracey Moberly's Tweet-Me-Up 2012 at Tate Modern, and screened by Morvern Cunningham as part of Pussy Whipped Festival 2014.

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