No More Pity
No More Pity celebrated and shed light on the disability arts movement in the ’80s and ’90s. Using messages from slogan t-shirts of protestors as a starting point, Poppy ran workshops, built a set, and created a disability arts banner for modern times. The workshops were held as part of Tate Exchange’s Ghosts in the Machine (programmed by Shape Arts) and commissioned by the National Disability Arts Collection & Archive (NDACA). The banner is now part of the NDACA’s permanent collection.