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About NEUROART Exhibition

NEUROART aims to provide a platform for neurodivergent people to share our living experience with neuroscientists who research topics relating to neurodevelopment and neurodiversity. 

To foster this dialogue, NEUROART paired neurodivergent artists with neuroscientific researchers. Pairs had the chance to learn from each others' expertise and experience, resulting in art pieces on themes emerging from their interactions. These works were shared at the NEUROART Exhibition, which took place at Workshop Space, Science Gallery London.

Behind-the-scenes video, directed by Jeremy Chevilotte which premiered at the NEUROART Exhibition.​

 

The project started in March 2022 and stems from the living neurodivergent experience of its founder while studying a PhD Biomedical Sciences in a neurodevelopmental genetics lab.

 

NEUROART is proud to be supported by the UKRI MRC Centre for Neurodevelopmental Disorders, WOHL Cellular Imaging Centre and ADHD Research Lab, all based at King's College London, as well as NESS LABS and the British Neuroscience Association.

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