I was invited to photograph a private view of Becky Lyddon recent work at the Frame Gallery in Southwark entitled ‘Sensory Sense’. An exhibition aiming to create better awareness and understanding of the autistic sensory world for Autism Awareness month.
The exhibition runs from 2nd - 28th April 2014 at Frame Gallery, Southwark, SE1 0UH so please do check it out!
Below are photos to show you what its all about
Photo of Bekky Lyddon and Jon Adams
Below a photo of Jon Adams with two of his works. Jon works in a wide range of media to explore the 'hidden or layered' playing with perceptions of what is normal or what is inaccessible
The installation below is 'Lolas World' - a mirrored installation giving the viewer the opportunity to see their surroundings how someone with a visual processing disorder may be seeing
The installation below is 'Being Ben' a head box focused on communicating how it may feel to have an auditory processing disorder.
This installation below is 'Cristina', 2012, Vestibular Processing. Cristina is based on the 'classic' austistic rock. Rocking is also referred to as stimming, a repetitive movement that helps to calm the sensory system. Cristina encourages you to experience how this movement may calm and stimulate your senses
Remember the exhibition runs from 2nd - 28th April 2014 at Frame Gallery, Southwark, SE1 0UH so please do check it out!
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