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Vol 2, No 4 (2013): Cripping Cyberspace: A Contemporary Virtual Art Exhibition Curated by Amanda Cachia
Image from Katherine Araniello's "Sick, Bitch, Crip Dance."
Image depicts a wheelchair symbol coloured mottled green with a human face inside a television, floating in space.
ISSN 1929-9192 Canadian Journal of Disability Studies (Online)