Celebrating the world's leading art by disabled artists
Unlimited Festival presents extraordinary new work by disabled artists. From theater, dance, music, literature, comedy and visual arts, Unlimited Festival offers the world of artistic wonder with an adventurous spirit and a touch of honesty, originality, and humour. Back in 2012, Unlimited served as one of the main focus of attention during the Cultural Olympiad and this September, two Indonesia’s talented young individual, Hana Madness and Annisa Rahmania of Young Voices Indonesia are invited by the British Council to attend the festival and create a new connection with many creative disabled artists.
Hana Madness - Illustrator
Hana Alfikih a.k.a Hana Madness has Bipolar and Schizophrenia but it doesn’t stop her from pouring her limitless creativity and create wonderful artworks ranging from painting, sketches, photography, and even accessories. Her creativity allows her to create amazing art through discarded items such as old bottle/jar which she designed into a beautiful piece of art.
Annisa Rahmania - Young Voices Indonesia
The other delegate, is also an extraordinary individual, Annisa Rahmania or cordially known as Nia is an active, passionate, young individual who ceaselessly advocate for disability rights in Indonesia. Annisa, who’s currently studying in visual communication design and serves as the leader as well as a campaigner for Leonard Cheshire Disability (LCD) Young Voices for Indonesia was born deaf. She was invited to London three years earlier in 2013 to spoke at International Disability Day and now she’s back again to London to attend Unlimited Festival at the world-renowned Southbank Centre.