The I-Opener exhibition at Playeum Childrens' Centre for Creativity features aesthetic and sensory play-worlds inspired by the artistic designs and creations of four artists with a disability, one of them our Year 8 student Sol.
Co-curated and produced by Playeum's Creative Directors Imran Mohamad, Dr Esther Joosa and Tech Catalyst Din Chan, the exhibition invites children aged 1 to 12 to explore their senses through play and the arts.
This is how Playeum describes Sol's exhibition:
The exbihition SOLScape is inspired by the two dimensional artwork of Sol Pickens, a young boy with autism.
He makes his drawings come to life and transforms them into three-dimensional structures. In this space, children are invited to transfer their own two-dimensional works into three-dimensional playscapes.
The I-Opener exhibition will be open until April 2020 and is well worth a visit. Find out more here: https://www.playeum.com/current-exhibition