Movimento Libero is a project that explores the relationship between art and different skills with attention to the theme of accessibility through the promotion of a path that highlights the role of people with disabilities as agents of change. A stimulus to redesign a more accessible world from the physical and artistic point of view, considering diversity as an engine for creativity. The project was divided into three phases: a workshop organized by the Open Design School with "Dis/Ordinary Architecture", which promoted a critical re-reading of the places and structures dedicated to performing arts in the city; an inclusive dance workshop open to people with disabilities and disabilities that would enhance other skills in artistic expression; the presentation of an inclusive dance show by the StopGap Dance Company. The show was hosted at the "Il Circo" shopping centre, which was once used as a boardroom, and was redesigned to be reactivated as a performance venue. Open Design School took care of the interventions on the space through actions and devices with the function of improving accessibility; interventions were made on the readability of the site through a system of way-finding that allowed the public to identify the performance spaces, entrances and resting places. The layout of the public was designed in such a way as to avoid the identification of an isolated area for wheelchairs but integrating the different ways of enjoying the show, with a reflection on the space resulting from the workshop phases conducted together with Disordinary Architecture, exploring new ways of experiencing the built environment through design and awareness of disability in order to arrive at practical solutions.