If you have 3 minutes and 24 seconds to spare, I highly recommend watching this introduction from Brandon Kazen-Maddox who talks about growing up as a grandchild of deaf adults and how it led them to want to challenge the status quo as an artist and build new structures of creating.
Brandon is an artist, filmmaker, acrobat, and GODA, a grandchild of deaf adults. They are a cofounder of Up Until Now Collective, a New York-based, non-profit that provides opportunities for D/deaf artists who want to bring ASL dance theater to the stage, screen and beyond.
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