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16 April 2013

INTERNATIONAL PRESS RELEASE 16th April 2013

British artist Sue Austin has been invited to give a presentation at TEDMED in Washington DC about her experiences of creating and flying the World’s first underwater wheelchair. The artwork...

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13 April 2013

Sue Austin speaks at TEDMED

Sue has been invited to speak in Washington DC at the TEDMED conference on Thursday 18 April 2013. We will be making updates as news arises. Keep in touch and up to date through Facebook...

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13 April 2013

People Like You

In March and April 2013 Sue Austin's 'Creating the Spectacle!' was featured alongside the work of two other female disabled artists, Gini and Liz Crow at an exhibition called People Like...

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13 April 2013

KRO Dutch TV, follow Sue on her filming trip to Camel Diving in Sharm El Sheik

Sue sit in her motorised wheelchair in tha atrium of Vamel Diving, She is talking to KRO Host Sander on the left and being filmed by a cameraman on the left
Dutch TV KRO were so eager for their host Sander to interview Sue and swim with the Underwater Wheelchair that they dropped everything and sped out to meet the Freewheeling Team at Camel Diving in...

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12 April 2013

New blogs from Egypt 4

Portrait of Trish and Sue on the boat in Egypt
In March a reduced number of the Freewheeling team took a fourth trip out to Camel Dive Club and Hotel in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt for an experimental filming trip with underwater videograper Dan...

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10 April 2013

Freewheeling: Traces from a Wheelchair 'White Lines' Performance & Installation in Salisbury City Centre

In the distance Sue Austin is using her paint adapted wheelchair to create white lines which can been seen weaving across the pavement. there are assistants laying plastic in order to stop the paint from marking the road
Sue Austin used her adapted 'Paint Wheelchair' to create a performance & installation in Salisbury City Centre as part of the 'People Like You' exhibition at Salisbury Arts...

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