People with autism have unique ways of experiencing the world and perceiving others, however from the outside it can be hard for other people to really understand what is going on in their minds.

Working with doctoral researcher Brett Heasman from the London School of Economics, this on-going project seeks to put faces to the term ‘neurodiversity’, which is used to describe the natural variation between minds for all people. This project reflects on what autism means and how it impacts people in the autism community, including people with autism, parents, and carers. 

This body of work is currently on display at the London School of Economics from 27th March - 21st April 2017.

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