Chronic illness; systems of violence experienced by disabled children; collecting toys as a coping mechanism: A Fuzzy Yellow Spot is a collage of intertwined memories that amplifies the role of Visual Impairment in imagination, frustration, and grief. The performance navigates through altered states of consciousness, reaching deep levels of ancestral memory embodied in the form of poetry, songs, movement, installation and story telling. A Fuzzy Yellow Spot is part of the series “Memories of a disabled child: the real, the imaginary and the misunderstood”.
Photo credit: iki nakagawa for Movement Research at The Judson Church. Alt text available.
Christopher wears a tight cotton t-shirt and black sweatpants. He is barefoot.
Christopher performs at the Judson Church, a space inspired by Lombard-Romanesque architecture. As access tool, the performance space is demarcated by square made of blue tape. At the front of the space, there is a marble bench, a wooden podium and a microphone. On the bench rests a cardboard box, a vintage McDonalds happy meal box, seven McRobots toys and a DuckTales magnifier.
- Photography: Iki Nakagawa for Movement Research at The Judson Church
- Performer: Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez
- Audio Description: Christopher “Unpezverde” Núñez