Artist aims to get people talking about disability

  • 08/10/2015
(Reuters)
(Reuters)

A decade ago, the naked statue of disabled artist Alison Lapper was displayed in London's Trafalgar Square.

It later became an iconic image of the Paralympic Games.

Missing arms and with shortened legs, Ms Lapper paints with her mouth. But she wants to be recognised as an artist, not simply for her disability.

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