This is the result of one of the ceramic pieces you saw, in the process of being made, in my last post. It was meant to be a large bowl filled with words but, as with many things in life, it simply did not work the way it was meant to. Having said that I am still pleased with how it turned out. In a way the fragile broken pieces were a more appropriate representation of the nature of dyslexia.
Yes, perhaps this is exactly what it’s like to live with dyslexia (?), and you made that visible here.
Thank you. I think it’s difficult to illustrate the difficulties of dyslexia because it can be so different for different people. I’ve worked from my own experiences as well as what others, with severe dyslexia, have told me. For me my most accurate illustration of dyslexia is my photography:
Very well illustrated ….with this gallery – they told me that I was dyslexia in school, but I was only too impatience – and jumped words .. to get quicker to the end.
I was told I was borderline dyslexic. I’ve always been into reading and I was given a lot of support so I’ve sort of been taught out of it but I do still have my times where I find it frustrating but there is definitely that impatience there too 🙂 I can certainly understand that.
I can understand that reading helped you .. because it has helped me to use the word a lot better and even make up new words. *smile
It’s great when accidents become more than the original intention, very nice work that helps to lead to greater perspectives on something we may think we understand.
Yes, I often find when things don’t work out exactly the way you want or expect it doesn’t mean it doesn’t work as a piece of art or an eye-opener. Thank you