Translating the Deaf Self: Engagement and Exploration through Artistic Transformations

In the Translating the Deaf Self project, a multilingual team of Deaf and hearing researchers investigated deaf sign language users’ experiences of being known through translation, the representation of deaf people through sign language interpreters and the impact on wellbeing.

As a follow-on project, Deaf-artists-in-residence explored and created visual arts representations of “The Translated Deaf Self” in diverse contexts where in everyday life this is encountered.


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