Being disabled, D/deaf or neurodiverse is a challenge to ableist assumptions about what bodies and brains can do. Being an artist challenges capitalist assumptions about how to value work and productivity. Being a disabled, D/deaf or neurodiverse artist is a challenge to ableist capitalism.
How might we change practices of productivity if we stop? If we insist on pacing, taking proper breaks, ending a working day on time, how would that change the working culture of the arts?
Would our work be valued less? Is it even possible that our work would be valued more?