Life on a Spectrum – Art Exhibition
A Compelling Interactive Art Experience Celebrating Autism and Neurodiversity.
Life on a Spectrum’ is an interactive exhibit that uses visual art, writing, videography and performance art to involve viewers both onsite and online. Visitors can play an active role in the creative process and are encouraged to interact with exhibition elements by generating their own art using pre-cut magnetic shapes and leaving responses to questions related to autism-specific traits. The exhibition will grow naturally over time, as more reactions are collated and the narrative on neurodiversity continues to grow within the space.
The exhibition is funded by the Arts Council England and is open to the public for free. The aim is to capture the imagination of people from all backgrounds to learn about, and celebrate, neurodiversity.
Riverhouse Barn Arts Centre
Robert Phillips Gallery
25th March 2020 – 11th April 2020, 10am-4pm daily
Life on a Spectrum – Art Exhibition by Mahlia Amatina
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