Attempt at Normality
During World Autism Awareness Week, Sync Space in Bangor hosts photographic exhibition revealing the everyday experiences of children on the autism spectrum
Attempt at Normality is a solo exhibition of black and white and coloured images by photographer Julie Gibson (Blackwater Images) that aims to raise awareness of autism.
Gibson's revealing black and white photographs – five of which are available to view below – depict the lives of three families to show the variations of the autistic spectrum among children aged three to 13.
The colour segment of the exhibition is to show the work of Helping Hands Autism Support Group, which helps and supports children and families.
Attempt at Normality is currently showing in Bangor's Sync Space during World Autism Awareness Week, which runs until April 2.
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