See the film 'M21 - The Medieval to the 21st Century', which documents the live art event that took place in Much Wenlock, Shropshire in May 2012, and which shows how disabled artists explore what it means to be alive in the 21st century.
The Olympic connection has already drawn a national focus onto Much Wenlock, given its significant contribution to the rebirth of the modern Olympics through the 'Wenlock Games'.
This is how the town is described to visitors on its website: 'Much Wenlock is a stunning medieval "black and white" English town. We are a bit off the beaten track, but seriously worth a visit.' But what is the hidden history and life of this place?
'M21' explores the paradox of the 'pretty pretty' face of limestone cottages, the living history and the reality of rural living through a disability aesthetic.
This exhibition includes a recorded audio description of the piece for blind and visually impaired visitors. All films are sub-titled.
DASH is based in Shropshire and Mike Layward (DASH's Artistic Director) has lived in Much Wenlock for 11 years.