How do you describe in words what autism feels like from the perspective of the person afflicted with the disorder? Sometimes verbal explanations seem inadequate, incomplete, superficial. It’s better to show it and hear it from their eyes and ears. Rattling Stick Production Company made this public service video for the National Autism Society in the UK to help viewers feel the sensory way that some autistic people experience the world. Sounds that most people don’t even notice affect them with the jarring impact of a pile driver. The video was directed by Steve Cope, with creative direction by Kit Darayam. Turn up your sound to get the full effect.
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Now – May 12, 2019
Frida Kahlo: Appearances
This exhibition presents personal artifacts, belonging, to the iconic Mexican Artist, Freda Kahlo at Brooklyn Museum.
May 07, 2019 — May 10, 2019
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