A project for the visibility of people with disabilities in rural environments through artistic practices and urbanism.
‘‘Here be dragons’ (“Hic sunt dracones”) is what was written in the Middle ages maps by seamen at unexplored territories. “Here be Dragons” (Aqui Hay Dragones) is a project for the visibility of people with disabilities in rural environments through artistic practices. Working alongside people with disabilities and local artists, the project seeks to empower and promote the autonomy, capacities and equality of a community that lacks participation in common life. This project explores inclusive art and urbanism, using creative practices as tools for the rural communities of people with disabilities to concur the public space of their territories.