"The Kiss" by Joy Murray

Numotion Foundation Continues Support of Fractured Atlas and the Opulent Mobility Project

For the fourth consecutive year, the Numotion Foundation continued its support of Fractured Atlas and the Opulent Mobility Project. Fractured Atlas, a nonprofit arts service organization, presents the Opulent Mobility Project as “an annual group art exhibit that reimagines disability as opulent and powerful.”

A. Laura Brody, professional costume maker and designer who developed Opulent Mobility and photographer and disability arts activist, Anthony Tusler serve as curators for the exhibit.

Detailing the Numotion Foundation’s affect on the exhibit, A. Laura Brody provided the following impact story:

“The 9th annual Opulent Mobility exhibit brought together 18 artists who told their wildly varied disability stories through photography, painting, digital art, sculpture, wearable art, collage, and song. We welcomed the opportunity to share these wonderful artists and artworks with the world. While the in person show is now over, folks from across the country and around the world can enjoy the exhibit at www.opulentmobility.com along with individual artist interviews.

The Numotion Foundation’s generosity helped provide art descriptions for each artwork, American Sign Language interpreters for the online artist interviews, printing of digital files, and return shipping for the artworks. This made the exhibit accessible to Blind, low vision, Deaf, and hard of hearing folks as well as disabled artists who might not otherwise be able to afford to take part in the show. I can’t thank you enough for the support!”

Participating Artists: A. Laura Brody, Kat Chudy, Julie Forbush, Patricia Fortlage, Bronte Grimm, Ash Hagerstrand, Austin Lubetkin, Ellen Mansfield, Monica Marks, Lisa Merida-Paytes, Joy Murray, Tom Peters, Elizabeth Rajchart, Priya Ray, Abigail Stockinger, Emily Tironi, and Rachel Ungerer