Saturday, July 19, 2014

The parking lots were occupied by the wheelchairs with the signs "I'll be quick", "Oops!" and " Nobody is using it".

 

 

Twenty parking spaces in this parking lot were occupied with empty wheelchairs. They had signs like "I'll be quick", "Oops!", " Nobody is using it" and "I'm waiting for somebody".

 


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Sunday, July 13, 2014

Adam Cohoon - Fine Art

Adam Cohoon - Fine Art

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e-mail me = arcohoon=at=gmail.com with photo number and size to get show discount or phone me  @ 4416-710-0817

Adam Cohoon - Fine Art

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Adam Cohoon - Fine Art -  or by online - pay more but you get delivery

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

The Accessible Rat Race


#moreaccessible







The Accessible Rat Race

In my last few years of high school in a small town, I kept trying to enrol in art courses, but I was told by my guidance teacher that I couldn't do it because if I wasn't holding the art tools myself I wasn't really doing the work and that he'd give me an exclusion on art credits. This was to become very important to me later on. So when I moved to Toronto, I enrolled in college but I only lasted through that first year because I couldn't decide what I wanted to do next, so I decided to take a break to figure out what I wanted to do. Little did I know that if you take a break as an individual with a disability, you lose the little bit of momentum you have to get back in the rat race. The one thing I realized is there aren't many entry level jobs that you can get as a physically disabled person who can use only one hand and cannot lift much, that are the kind of jobs that would provide enough stimulation to encourage me to get back in the race. And there really wasn't any college/career courses that really excited me to want to dive back into the academic world, because at the time, I hated essay writing. There is less incentive for me to have wanted to go back to school because I was starting to see my peers with disabilities graduating with degrees and still not being able to get a job. Some have found paid work, some have gone back to school, and some, like me, are keeping themselves busy volunteering.

I, as with many of my friends, have tried career placement programs with varying success. When I went in and said that I wanted to do something either in the arts, or in disability advocacy, they said, “We don't have a template for that.” and all the templates they had that they thought I would success in didn't appeal to me so the program just said that they wished me luck, and sent me on my way. I have observed with many of my friends the same frustrations; some of them have gone back to school with really high expectations and come out frustrated and some are even a little burnt out. And still, they have trouble getting jobs matching their degrees. The educational system is getting better at being inclusive, little by little, but the career and job world needs to get better; there are always exceptions to the rule. There are jobs that pop up for people with disabilities but they seem to be connected to grants and programs. When the grants and programs run out, the job disappears soon after. There aren't a lot of places that are trying to creatively and innovatively adjust the job to the person's unique abilities but the places that do reap great rewards.

Another barrier is how sticky the social assistance system can be, because if you find even part-time meaningful work, there is usually more paperwork and red tape that has to be filled out, and it can cause more grief than not being paid at all. As a person with a disability who likes to do more than sit around collecting my social assistance I do a lot of volunteering, and I have a long resume of interesting jobs to prove this. But because of my physical limitation, at some of these organizations, when staff openings come up, they aren't even open to the most qualified of us volunteers. Sometimes I feel like I'm a professional volunteer. Organizations may cite the barriers to hiring somebody with a disability is because of physical barriers when most of the time it is a cultural barrier. So for right now, I want everybody to stop and digest these ideas. I myself am going to join the rat race with my art and creativity that my high school said I didn't have, but I'm going to pace myself to avoid burnout.

#moreaccessible

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Friday, April 11, 2014

REFRESH ACCES

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 ACCESS SYMBOL - COCA-COLA
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Saturday, March 01, 2014

Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC Shedule

(1) Moreaccessible: Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC:

Fri Mar 7 2:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC: Opening Ceremony
Sat Mar 8 1:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Sun Mar 9 1:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Mon Mar 10 3:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Tue Mar 11 3:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Wed Mar 12 3:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Thu Mar 13 3:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Fri Mar 14 3:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Sat Mar 15 3:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC
Sun Mar 16 12:00 PM Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games on CBC

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Tuesday, February 04, 2014

THE STREET - More Accessible - YouTube

THE STREET - More Accessible - YouTube

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The Streets




From the streets of
Toronto to the streets of Canada to the streets of the USA to the
streets of the world all of them have accessibility issues. It is
especially bad on the main streets and the commercial centres where
you have shops and restaurants that have one to three steps that we
sometimes find ourselves looking longingly into but can't get in
today. Some of us know this pain all too well. There are others who
know it but don't want to think about it because it's just too
negative. And then there are others who don't understand the problem
at all. It is time to share the message in the community, the
barriers of inaccessibility. The answers to the problem may not be
simple, but that doesn't mean that we aren't ready for the
discussion. So it's time to share our feelings and get the discussion
going on accessibility. Let's really start talking today,



#moreaccessible








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Thursday, January 30, 2014

▶ DOCUMENTARY MAKER WANTED - YouTube

▶ DOCUMENTARY MAKER WANTED - YouTube

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-CMr0dMrXSw


contact me at arcohoon{-AT-]gmail.com
or on Twitter at @arc23. Thank you very much.


DOCUMENTARY HELP WANTED




I am looking for a film maker or
a few to help me collaborate on a documentary project that I would
like to do on myself, on the issues and barriers I face as a person
who uses a power chair. Because I have only partial use of one hand I
face a lot of obstacles trying to gain either work or figuring out
where to take my future. I have become a artist who likes to work
with video and photography but because of my disability I have not as
of yet gotten enough experience in either of these fields to be able
to apply for funding myself.


I am working on many media projects
looking at accessibility and one of the projects I would like to do
is a documentary of a higher calibre than I could produce by myself.
I do have video and media experience and I would like to collaborate
at all levels and use the production of this documentary as a
learning experience. I do have a GoPro camera that is capable of
professional quality footage [up to 4k] but I don't have the computer
equipment to process the high quality data so that's why, up until
now, I have just used it in a more automatic process high definition
form that has been simpler for me to edit on my own with my
accessibility modified computer, which is okay for most of the media
projects I have taken on up until now.


I do believe, to make a stronger
documentary, that it would be better to work with at least another
individual to give me another camera operator, editor and somebody to
collaborate on the storyline of the documentary to make the story
stronger and to give a defined direction. I would like to share some
of the production credits on this project. I know that this project
will take a little while to produce because we still need to find
funding after I find all the people who are going to help me with
this endeavour. My eventual goal is to make a documentary that is
strong enough to get into HOTDOCS and other film festivals, to share
the message of accessibility barriers with a wider audience. If you
are interested, contact me at arcohoon{-AT-]gmail.com or on Twitter
at @arc23. Thank you very much.


VIDEO LINKS


http://www.youtube.com/user/arc23/videos


VIMEO


http://vimeo.com/user9902295




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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Moreaccessible

Moreaccessible

Stairs

      If you've ever been going along and have been stopped by a large flight of stairs, like and share.
     If going to a party, stairs have made you tardy, like and share.
    If a flight of stairs has led you to go to the back door because you're just too "special" for the front door, like and share.
  If you've ever had to use a stairlift because the designers of the building are none too swift, like and share.
  If you've ever gone into a shop with one step, and the shopkeepers think you can magically fly over it in your chair, like and share.
  If you've ever had to be carried up a flight of stairs, and they thought you would not care, like and share.

Help make the World #moreaccessible




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▶ Media Reporting on Accessibility News and Culture 1 - YouTube

▶ Media Reporting on Accessibility News and Culture - YouTube

Attention Media Reporting on Accessibility News and Culture -

     I am writing this open letter to encourage all media to consider devoting one or two pieces a month of coverage to stories relating to accessibility and the culture that surrounds it. For those of you who don't know what I mean by "accessible" I am talking about disability, but that is a term we as a community are trying to get away from. Right now, most of the news reported by the major news sources seem to want to make accessibility a health-related issue, which is not always the case. Sometimes that can actually take away from the message of the story.  That's another trend I want to encourage everybody to get away from.

    I would also like to encourage the media to bring a wider lens to all aspects to disability. For example, we have roles in all sorts of genres of art and media. We can also bring a fresh perspective to a lot of issues. It would be very helpful for the programs that specialize in arts and entertainment stories to give some time to accessible art projects and accessible artists on a monthly basis.

   When the CBC cancelled their disability-issues  program "Moving On" they promised to integrate accessible stories into their news, arts and current affairs programming on CBC Radio and television and since that time, the amount of coverage we have gotten has greatly diminished. So I encourage the CBC to put more of an effort into covering accessibility issues even if that means instituting a monthly quota on all their platforms (i.e. Two stories a month/per platform) to start.

     I also encourage all the major broadcasters to have at least one reporter who specializes in accessibility issues. I really believe that this will help everybody have a greater understanding of accessibility issues.

Thanks

Adam Cohoon

Twitter - @arc23

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TORONTO TIMELAPSE 1 - GOPRO



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▶ ACCESSIBLE SNOW CLEARING 1 - YouTube

▶ ACCESSIBLE SNOW CLEARING 1 - YouTube

Getting around in my wheelchair after STORM/LARGE SNOWFALL can be tough, Here some ways you can help  , I have not found another video like this PLEASE SHARE & COMMENT [give me more helpful hints] Help make the world #MOREACCESSIBLE -  https://twitter.com/arc23

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My Gimpy Life - YouTube

My Gimpy Life - YouTube

The awkward adventures of a driven actress (Teal Sherer) trying to navigate Hollywood in a wheelchair.


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MOREACCESSIBLE VIDEO - YouTube

MOREACCESSIBLE VIDEO - YouTube

 
Accessibility videos and videos/channels by able creators





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A Call To Action For All: Shovel The Snow And Save A Life

A Call To Action For All: Shovel The Snow And Save A Life: For those of us who use wheelchairs and other devices, have mobility impairments or are seniors, unplowed sidewalks, streets and walkways are a major accessibility issue. At best, we are trapped indoors unable to leave home to go to work, school, appointments or wherever we were planning to go.At worst, we are forced to put our lives at risk when we have no choice but to wheel in the street to avoid impassable sidewalks. Often, folks who use wheelchairs get stuck in the snow and must depend on the kindness of strangers to rescue them. This has happened to me and many of my friends countless times.

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adam cohoon - YouTube

adam cohoon - YouTube

I consider the art I make beautifully palatable but most of it usually has an accessibility theme of some sort. I also believe my art is best created when I can effectively collaborate with the tracker or the other individuals who are assisting me. When I am working well with other people, we can effectively bring out each others strengths. All the skills that I have learned while creating my art, whether it be visual art, photography, video or digital storytelling, I have been able to apply to other areas of my life

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Sunday, December 15, 2013

ACCESSIBLE SNOW CLEARING 1

ACCESSIBLE SNOW CLEARING

http://youtu.be/yo6RmaWk5rg

Getting around in my wheelchair after STORM/LARGE SNOWFALL can be tough, Here some ways you can help , I have not found another video like this PLEASE SHARE & COMMENT [give me more helpful hints] Help make the world #MOREACCESSIBLE - http://twitter.com/arc23


Feel free to use this video just credit me



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Sunday, December 01, 2013

TORONTO ANNEX ROCKET - TRAILER [1] - GOPRO



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Friday, September 20, 2013

Students asked to revamp wheelchair symbol - Toronto - CBC News

Students asked to revamp wheelchair symbol - Toronto - CBC News: The familiar blue square wheelchair symbol is badly needs a revamp to reflect the modern world, says Ontario Lieutenant Governor David Onley.

“The present symbol of a stick figure in a wheelchair represents less than three per cent of the total population of people with disabilities,” said Onley, himself a wheelchair user. “We want something that's more inclusive, more comprehensive in who it embraces.”

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Monday, August 12, 2013

Art Is...


Art Is...

Art is a feeling
A baring of the naked soul
Art is a passion from which beauty is born
It can be brutally honest and at the same time be healing
Art is a joy that lifts you on wings
It is the ability to create a world all your own
Art gives you the eyes to see wondrous things
Art is a song to which they are different lyrics
Everyone has unique ways to hear it
Art is interpreted in every shape, every form
Art is not bound by just one norm
It is finding truth when it is sometimes hidden
Art is sculpting, painting
It can even be written
Art is everywhere you look
You just have to give yourself over to it
Embrace its ups and downs
For art is all around

HELP EVERYONE have this feeling

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Tuesday, August 06, 2013

IMAGINE A WORLD... | Indiegogo

IMAGINE A WORLD... | Indiegogo

Recently in the news, I heard about a man who anonymously donated 500 ($500 worth)of free coffees at a Tim Horton's Kiosk in the Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton. This kind random act of kindness then triggered others to follow suit and the gesture was repeated 2 more times.

We have our very own, Adam Cohoon, Laser Eagles Artist, who has graciously and kindly asked that in lieu of gifts for his upcoming birthday, that Friends and Family make a small donation to the Laser Eagles, through Indiegogo. We really appreciate this random act of kindness by our very own Adam, who has put together his very own video message found here!

Please feel free to share this with all of your social networks because we all know that sometimes, someone out there is looking to do something nice to help make a difference and this just might be it!

http://youtu.be/_V_dYCYybZU






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IMAGINE A WORLD... | Indiegogo

IMAGINE A WORLD... | Indiegogo: All individuals have contributions to make - acts that nurture the individual and the community. Yet, people with limited use of their bodies, those considered to be physically or mentally disabled by some, often lack the resources, opportunities and relationships necessary to fully express themselves to make their contributions to society. Laser Eagles Art Guild is an organization that offers individuals the opportunity for self expression through art. The Laser Eagles will bring people together to passionately reveal their strong spirit and foster their ability to contribute their creativity and insight to the world.

The Laser Eagles Art Guild is one of the only art organizations in the Greater Toronto Area that provides fully-inclusive environments for those who have been labeled with a disability. The Laser Eagles artists gather weekly to create art that is generated solely from their own artistic visions. Laser Eagles’s trackers have formed wonderful nurturing relationships with Artists have produced a variety of artwork that are exceptional.

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Donate to Laser Eagles for my birthday PLEASE



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Saturday, August 03, 2013

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Abilities Arts Festival � CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Abilities Arts Festival � CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: The Sharon Wolfe Artist In Residence program is intended to allow a disability-identified artist to undertake a project that advances their own artistic goals and practice, and which has the potential to benefit the wider community of artists with disabilities.

For the last 10 ten years, AAF has been presenting and promoting the work of exceptionally talented artists across the entire spectrum of disciplines. The Sharon Wolfe Artist In Residence program allows us to take this mandate a step further. Few artists have the luxury of devoting themselves completely to their practice; the vast majority must subsidize their work by juggling one or more paid positions. While funding poses a significant challenge for all artists, people with disabilities encounter a host of additional accessibility obstacles.

Named in honour of the organization’s founding Artistic Director Sharon Wolfe, the SWA Residency is intended to offer the resident artist an opportunity to devote themselves to a specific program of work, while simultaneously contributing to a larger dialogue and sense of engagement with the wider community of disability artists in Toronto.

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Thursday, June 06, 2013

#moreaccessible

Twitter / Search - #moreaccessible

The hope of using the #moreaccessible hash tag is to help to try and bring together everyone to talk about accessibility issues, whether it be physical barriers or challenging conventional ideas. It can be used to share news stories related accessibility, interesting ideas and thoughts and also messages about accessibility.
The great movements of the past all got going when individuals all came together to fight for a common cause. They might have all been trying to reach different goals in that fight, but they realized that they would get further by fighting together. As has been shown by these great movements, when you work collectively, massive change can happen.
The community is fractured with everybody having their own thoughts and beliefs. And everybody has their own labels and agendas. But by putting all of it together, we create one voice, which will tell the world that we want it to be #moreaccessible.


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Friday, April 26, 2013

TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit

TTC Public Forum on Accessible Transit: You are invited to give us ideas on how to make our services and facilities better for people with disabilities.

Thursday May 9, 2013,
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Queen Elizabeth Exhibit Hall, Exhibition Place - 180 Princes’ Boulevard

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Saturday, November 17, 2012

Conservation Notes: Catching up with Claes Oldenburg’s Floor Burger | AGO Art Gallery of Ontario

Conservation Notes: Catching up with Claes Oldenburg’s Floor Burger | AGO Art Gallery of Ontario: staff brought Claes Oldenburg’s Floor Burger (1962) to a gallery space where — starting in mid-October and until early 2013 — AGO conservator Sherry Phillips will prepare it for a trip. The piece is heading to the Museum of Modern Art, where it will be part of their upcoming exhibition Claes Oldenburg: The 1960s.

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Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Monday, June 04, 2012

Faulty Thinking | Our Daily Bread

Faulty Thinking | Our Daily Bread: Four people—a pilot, a professor, a pastor, and a hiker—were flying in a small plane when the engines died. The pilot said, “There are only three parachutes. Since this is my plane, I’m taking one of them.” He put it on and jumped out. The professor said, “I’m brilliant and the world needs me, so I’m taking a parachute,” and he jumped out.

Then the pastor told the hiker, “I don’t want to be selfish, so you take the last parachute.” The hiker replied, “There are still two left, so we can each have one. The professor jumped out with my backpack instead of the parachute!” Though the professor thought he would land safely, his assurance was based on faulty thinking.

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

People Pave the Way at Yonge & Eglinton — Jane's Walk

People Pave the Way at Yonge & Eglinton — Jane's Walk

Toronto Area Walks:

People Pave the Way at Yonge & Eglinton

Guided by Anne Johnston Health Station


Date
Saturday, May 5, 2012
Start Time
11:59 am
Est. Duration
2 hours
People Pave the Way at Yonge & Eglinton What does accessibility mean to you?  It’s more than just curb cuts and ramps.  The sidewalk width and grade, or shop entrance and aisle widths can make a huge difference. Is a bathroom really accessible if it fits a wheelchair yet has no automatic door opener?  Good lighting, easily defined steps, and smooth pavements all add to how easily and safely a person moves around their neighbourhood.


The Anne Johnston Health Station will lead an accessibility walk in the Yonge & Eglinton area.  Through sharing their personal stories, both long-time residents and newcomers to the community will introduce walkers to who Anne Johnston was and why the Health Station is named after her, as well as provide a history of the neighbourhood.  In addition, drawing on Jane Jacobs’ principles, they will outline how the neighbourhood has seen changes in accessibility over the years, and draw attention to the current state and future goals of accessibility and people friendliness in the community.
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Friday, April 06, 2012

John Branyan - The Three Little Pigs - YouTube

John Branyan - The Three Little Pigs - YouTube: Ever wondered what "The Three Little Pigs" would sound like if it had been written with a more classic, robust command of the English language? John shows you in this very funny stand-up bit.

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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

lost toronto

lost toronto

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Sunday, December 18, 2011

ARC23 MEDIA DROP

ARC23 MEDIA DROP

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Saturday, December 17, 2011

Sunday, December 04, 2011

YRT/VIVA STRIKE - [please pray] - YouTube

YRT/VIVA STRIKE - [please pray] - YouTube: YRT/VIVA STRIKE - [please pray]

at least get talking soon

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YRT/VIVA STRIKE - [please pray]



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Sunday, November 13, 2011

holiday wisdhlist

my list FACEBOOK CREDIT GIFT CARDS [Available @ Shoppers Drug mart] * GIFT CARDS [INDIGO, TIM HORTONS, METRO, FUTURE SHOP,SHOPPERS , MCDONALDS, FAMOUS PLAYERS] * TORONTO MAPLE LEAF TICKETS :O USB FLASH DRIVE [pref. 8/16 gb kingston reg. drive] * DOLBY 5.0 AUDIO SYSTEM [let me watch the end of the Green Bay game Christmas d day [late evening]]   FUTURE SHOP GIFT CARDS Indigo gift certificates Tim Hortons gift certificates -- ARC23 - http://arcnwsptr.blogspot.com --

Sunday, November 06, 2011

ARC23'S life 1 - my beliefs [need prayer] - YouTube

ARC23'S life 1 - my beliefs [need prayer] - YouTube: Adam Cohoon
my video blog

twiitter: @arc23

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Monday, September 12, 2011

BLOORED LIFE / LIFE BLOORED [hq]

remastered high quality - I found the original files



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BLOORED LIFE / LIFE BLOORED [hq] - YouTube

BLOORED LIFE / LIFE BLOORED [hq] - YouTube: Life Bloored, I Duct taped a camera to my electric wheelchair, a very fast drive - My name is Adam Cohoon I am 24 years old. I moved to Toronto around five years ago. I live on Bloor Street in the Annex. I was born with cerebral palsy. I use an electric wheelchair to get around the city.

My short video is a sped up trip of my favourite strolling route through my neighbourhood. The route goes from my apartment building along Bloor to Bathurst then back along the other side of Bloor Street. All at an accelerated speed to turn a half an hour journey into a video of just a few minutes.

The video captures the route from my view I enjoy this route but the neighbourhood is not totally wheelchair accessible there some shops that has steps in order to get into them. Some of the curbs in the neighbourhood are steep too.

The video is also about how this neighbourhood has really influenced my love of the arts, whether it is visual, music, film or video. I have really come to enjoy them. I am constantly exposed to them right in my area and just grew to really appreciate them.

In the video I also add my sense of humour. Throughout - arcohoon@hotmail.com

Adam Cohoon

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Sunday, September 11, 2011

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