Image of artist Tempt One wearing the EyeWriter to communicate with his computer via eye movement

Disability Reframed and ReelAbilities present GETTING UP

6:00 PM - 8:30 PM Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Main Library
449 Broadway
Lecture Hall

ReelAbilities Boston Disabilities Film Festival and Disability Reframed: A Community Film Series presents a FREE screening of


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This 2012 documentary profiles renowned graffiti artist Tempt One, who loses his creative voice after sustaining amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. In 2009, Mick Ebeling and his Not Impossible Foundation brought a motley crew of international hackers and artists to Los Angeles to invent a low-cost, open source DIY device that allows Tempt to once again create art, using the only part of his body that still moves: his eyes. After months of harrowing trial and error, the EyeWriter was born and Tempt was once again able to exercise his creative muscle. Immediately following the screening, a panel of experts will discuss the film.

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Hosted by the City of Boston Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities, the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities, and the Cambridge Public Library.

This is a scent-free event. Out of consideration for people with environmental illness and/or multiple chemical sensitivity, please refrain from using perfume or other scented products. For sign language interpreters or other accommodations, please contact the Cambridge Commission for Persons with Disabilities by January 20 at 617-349-4692 (voice) or 617-492-0235 (TTY) or e-mail CCPD.

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