Discover – Autistica

Autistica Discover Conference 2019

I am excited to announce that I will be showing new work at the 2019 Autistica Discover conference.

‘Discover is the first national network for autism research, connecting researchers with autistic people, families and professionals.’ – Autistica

The 2019 Autistica Discover conference is being held at the Reading University on the 27th of June and tickets can be purchased here.

The work I will be showcasing at Discover 2019 will bring to life aspects of my own ‘self’. The works will be a truly intimate self-portrait; exploring narratives of communication, functionality and the basic human need for empathy.

Jane Elizabeth Bennett MRI Scan
Jane Elizabeth Bennett MRI Scan

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Alpha Theta at the Old Biscuit Factory

Dream Dissociation One Screen-printed Handmade Book Autistica Discover

Alpha Theta at the Old Biscuit Factory

I have had the best experience exhibiting new work in ‘Alpha Theta‘ at the Old Biscuit Factory.  Art Number 23 has been a pleasure to work with and I look forward to collaborating with them in the future.

Alpha Theta at the Old Biscuit Factory

Alpha – Theta showcased two new books ‘Dream Dissociation One‘ and ‘Dream Dissociation Two‘. Each book is a self-portrait made from three-dimensional scans of my face taken during the summer. They were then translated into screen prints and carefully folded and bound.

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Alpha Theta

Alpha Theta at the Old Biscuit Factory

‘Alpha Theta’ at The Old Biscuit Factory

I’m really excited to announce that I am taking part in an exhibition hosted by Art Number 23. The show opens on 7th February at ‘The Old Biscuit Factory’ London and you have until 12th February to check it out.

This will be the first time that I have shown my handmade books, so this is an especially exciting show for me.

Alpha Theta Exhibition Poster
Alpha Theta – an exhibition by Art Number 23 at The Old Biscuit Factory London

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