Carving a Mark: Portraying Disability in Public Sculpture

by Islay Shelbourne The men outside Manchester Piccadilly Station shuffle forward. Their eyes are hidden under heavy bandages. The leader is on crutches, those following behind rest a hand wrapped with gauze on the shoulder of the man in front. As onlookers stop and pause the men trudge onward to a destination they will never … Continue reading Carving a Mark: Portraying Disability in Public Sculpture