After my diagnosis I had to do a lot of introspection. I had to dig deep, look my “old” self in the eye as well as the parts of myself that I didn’t like. I had to go to my childhood and re-write my history.

This is represented by the following works:

Nguni I, Ford Cortina, Dodgy, Tree Children II and The Big Five. Each of these represent my older works and also a part of my upbringing.

As we transition to PART 3 of the exhibition, we look at Daydream: the point in my journey where I started to really think about Neurodiversity as a part of my being, not only as a diagnosis.