Meet me where I'm at

This idea explores the emotions and gestures that people inflict in real life into messaging that guides and directs us daily.

These signals show no feeling and hold no thoughts. Making them null to what the reality of social communication is like in real life situations, such as communication between a wheelchair and non-wheelchair user. The concept tries to bring this to life with the intention of direction and guidance. Showing how someone looking or talking down to a wheelchair user would work. The image shows two icons. The man stands tall, overpowering the wheelchair user,

Can you imagine how you would feel, if you were talked down to in this way regularly?

Inspired by: People with Learning Difficulties, Disabilities and / or Autism.

Artist: Aidan Tobyn.

Useful links:

Communicating for Autism: click

Communicating for Learning disability: click

 

 

 

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