The films were designed to raise dialogue about autistic adults’ experiences of diagnosis and how the notion of neurodiversity has influenced their lives.
Sometimes I Think I’m Better invited autistic adults to explore the notion of Neurodiversity and what it means to them. This film is accompanied by animation created by the artists.
In My Head and Heart follows the four featured autistic artists asking them what art means to them with snippets about the process by which they create their art.
The State of Being Different features the voices of autistic adults reflecting on what it is like to receive an autism diagnosis. This film is accompanied by animation created by the artists.
If you wish to read more about each of our featured artists follow the link: http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/exploringdiagnosis/artistsbiographies/
If you wish to read our evaluations report about the process of making the films click here.