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Lindsey Felt

Disability & Access Leadat Leonardo/ISAST
A light-skinned woman with wavy blonde hair and cat-eye glasses smiles brightly against a blurry garden backdrop. She is wearing a short-sleeved black top with ruffles around the shoulders.
San Francisco,
United States
Focus area: Body, Self, Cultural Practices, Social Practice, Medicine, Physiology, Heath, Sociology, Video, Film, Wearables,Connected self, Writing, Literature, Poetry

A scholar, writer, and educator, Lindsey D. Felt curates and builds frameworks for access/accessibility across digital, arts and educational platforms.She is the Disability, Access, and Impact Lead at Leonardo/ISAST, where she helps direct the Leonardo CripTech Incubator. She is also a lecturer at Stanford University in the Program in Writing and Rhetoric, where she teaches courses on disability, technology, and accessible arts curation. She holds a Ph.D. in English from Stanford University. Her research and writing has been published in Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience, Ground Works, After Universal Design: The Disability Design Revolution, among other venues. She co-curated Experiments in Art, Access & Technology (E.A.A.T) currently up at Beall Center for Art + Technology, UC Irvine and Recoding CripTech during a 2019-2020 curatorial residency at SOMArts Cultural Center in San Francisco. Her curatorial work has been profiled in Art in America, KQED Arts, SFMOMA's Raw Material podcast, the Disability Visibility Project, and others.

Journal Articles:

Prototyping Criptech Arts Futures

April 2024
Leonardo Gallery

Experiments in Art, Access and Technology

April 2024

Criptech and the Art of Access: Introduction to Special Issue

April 2024