Part of my world is to experience it with my hands. And…it’s very difficult for me to know what proximity I am to other people. A lot of times I will bump into somebody or I just won’t be able to maintain a distance that they’re comfortable with…I touch more things than most people touch…and that also comes with a higher risk factor.Amy amantea
Yellow Jack Podcast, Episode #3
(Ouimet Presents Episode #14)
Self-isolation is challenging. Try self-isolating if you have a disability of some sort. Amy Amantea is an actor and artist who lives in Vancouver. She’s also blind, and currently in self-isolation.
Here is her story.
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Yellow Jack – Episode 3
Feel and proximity
Creating new works remotely
Make room for others
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