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March 22, 2021

Remote Access: A Crip Nightlife Gathering

Remote Access is a crip nightlife event curated and designed by the Critical Design Lab. This project considers parties and crip nightlife events as designed spaces, with opportunities for playful and participatory ways of producing access as a collective cultural practice.

Disabled people have long used remote access as a method for organizing pleasure and kinship.  We call forth our community for an afternoon and evening of pleasure activism through crip nightlife praxis and #CripRitual. DJ Who Girl (Kevin Gotkin) will provide the tunes, our team (and you) will all create access to the experience together as an act of love. 


To get involved with organizing or access doula-ing, email us at aimi dot hamraie at vanderbilt.edu or kevin dot gotkin at gmail.com.