What does ARTISTIC ACCESS mean in practice in dance? How do we remove barriers? How do we create open spaces where we can meet, exchange, and collaborate? What aesthetics, languages, bodies, and forms of dance emerge? Collaborating with disabled artists and artists from different contexts and dance styles expands our ways of working and staging, enriches artistic perspectives and politicizes our team on and off stage, the institutions we collaborate with and of course our audience. ARTISTIC ACCESS is directed against social divisions and exclusions, marks racist, classist, sexist and ableist discriminations and searches for alliances, forms of assembly, the collective and solidarity.