From 18 June
We all have unique ways of thinking and connecting with the world around us. Our brains work differently and Neurodiversity relates to the different ways we process information.
These artworks tell the story of people working in the institutions around Exhibition Road who identify as neurodiverse. Their contributions help drive innovative thinking in science and the arts here in South Kensington. Inspired by the idea of neurodiversity as a spectrum, Azarra celebrates one individual in each design using motifs from their life and work. We are all unique so every person in the artwork has a unique colour and kaleidoscopic patterns. The combination of colours with the kaleidoscope effect celebrates the unlimited and different way we see things.
Discover South Kensington, Imperial College London and partners collaborated with KCAW Art Trail team to develop Kaleidoscopic Minds. The work launched at the Great Exhibition Road Festival and is on display until November as part of the borough-wide KCAW Art Trail.