Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Disability Rights

Disability Rights Exhibit

The Disability Rights exhibit tells stories of activism from the standpoint of persons with disabilities in Canada. These stories are tales of resilience and perseverance — surprising visitors with their ingenuity and strong accounts of agency.

The main interaction mode for this exhibit is an interactive flip book. When a visitor turns a page, one of the artifacts arrayed against a wall is highlighted with spot lighting, while triggering a story related to that artifact.

Tales of agency and resiliences told from the standpoint of persons with disabilities.

View of the Disability Rights exhibit niche.
Testing the flip book prototype.
Prototyping universal keypad integration with the flip book.


  • Canadian Journeys Gallery


  • Winnipeg, CA


  • 2014


  • Northshore Productions
    • Film Productions