“Artistic. Autistic. A Life Ahead.” Exhibition at John’s Hopkins University

I will be traveling to the Washington D.C. area next week to attend the opening reception for “Artistic. Autistic. A Life Ahead” an exhibition in collaboration with Madison House Autism Foundation and Johns Hopkins University.  The opening reception will be held March 29th at 7 PM at the Montgomery County Campus.  I am looking forward to establishing stronger relationships and developing new partnerships in the D.C autism community.

The three photographs included from the Evidence and Artifacts: Facing Autism collection have been modified from their original presentation.  The bitmapping process that I am employing is a return to the visual representation of enviromental toxicity originally created for Evidence and Artifacts: Particle Matter 2.5.  The rhythmic digital imprinting artificially superimposes physical evidence of the ubiquitous and complex toxic assault impacting human health and development.

Click here for the Madison House Autism Foundation and Johns Hopkins Unversity Press Release.

Charisse Byrd

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