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Candice Rose Stock
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  • Auckland
  • New Zealand
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"Love your work Candice, wondered if you wanted to exhibit at InterAct disability arts festival at Corbans in October, we would love to have you there"
May 30, 2014
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Mar 17, 2011
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He Is Healing Quite Nicely

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Mar 16, 2011
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Candices Room Part2

short film - was playing inside "Candice’s Room Part 2" - Self portrait Installation 2009
Feb 24, 2011
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Feb 24, 2011

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I am a visually and physically disabled artist. I have joined this site to try and help other disabled art students to inspire to go as far as they possibly can in higher education. I have skills in many facets of art and I hope to provide information support and advice to those in need.

Hi my mane is Candice Stock and I live as a disabled contemporary artist with a Maori perspective. I am a Maori of mixed decent and I was born and raised in South Auckland. In 1998 I was diagnosed with Irlan Syndrome, which influences the way I see and learn. When I started my degree in 2006 I was focused on exploring my vision of the world. Half way through 2006 my world was turned upside down, as I changed from physically able to physically disable. Having both my legs crushed by a two hundred and fifty ton truck in a serious motorway accident. In 2007 I returned to art school with a plan. My plan was to use art as form of therapeutic release to create a sense of normality within my world of confusion. Instead of feeling better about my situation I came to understand my situation. Once I reached this state of mind I was inspired to research people who live in a similar situation’s and have dealt with similar issues. This brought me to my exploration of the self. Self-portraiture allows me to explore and become aware of my identity, I believe that the end product is not only a representation of aspects of my identity but an insight to others. I now endeavour to explore Disability Accessibility through a contemporary art form. My goal is to create fun, safe interactive installations while exploring the issue of Disability Accessibility. I want to do this to publicly make aware the plights faced by disabled people in the community. Thanks for reading.

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At 8:10pm on May 30, 2014, Paula Crimmens said…
Love your work Candice, wondered if you wanted to exhibit at InterAct disability arts festival at Corbans in October, we would love to have you there
At 2:36pm on March 28, 2011, Claudia Emilyn Schwalb said…
Thanks for sharing!
At 9:52pm on March 21, 2011, David Feingold said…

Candice, This is some of the most powerful work I have ever seen.  Your mission is an important one, which I share in my own artwork.  My theme is the "impaired self" behind our disabilities.  Please check out my portfolio, which separates and presents my artwork by themes.  I would be interested in knowing if you can relate at all to what some of my art is expressing.  http://dfeingold.carbonmade.com/  

Thanks for sharing your magnificent work,

David

At 1:40am on March 17, 2011, Claudia Emilyn Schwalb said…

Thank you for introducing yourself to me, Candace!  I am also on Facebook.  Are you?  I have an art criticism site called salondagmara on youtube.com, and Art Salondagmara on Facebook as well as my site, Claudia Schwalb and another publication:

http://mysite.verizon.net/vzev8zun/salondagmara2222/, 22222/, 222222/

 

I posted one of your pieces plus a link onto Art Salondagmara on FB.  My colleagues on FB are very serious art critics as well as some nice friends, so, you never know.

 

Warmest regards,

 

Claudia

 
 
 

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