volume 12, issue 2, P123-137 2017
DOI: 10.1177/1746847717716255
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Abstract: Acclaimed Australian animator Adam Elliot dedicated his career to illustrating the experiences of people with disabilities. Elliot's first trilogy-Uncle (1996), Cousin (1999) and Brother (2000)-is a black and white claymation accompanied by narration reminiscing beloved family members with disabilities. The article intersects disability studies, phenomenology and film studies in an analysis of the disabled body in Elliot's claymations and the crip ethics they may evoke in spectators. The author argues that Ell…

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