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Publication Detail
Distance in Nothing. An autistic man's perspective to intimacy during the pandemic.
  • Publication Type:
    Performance
  • Authors:
    Wheeler B, Campbell B, Adams J, Pavlopoulou G
  • Status:
    Published online
  • Place of peformance:
    Bloomsbury Theater
  • Start date:
    19/06/2021
  • Keywords:
    autism, mental health
  • Addresses:
    GEORGIA PAVLOPOULOU
    25 Woburn Square
    london
    County (optional)
    WC1H 0AA
    United Kingdom
Abstract
This film will explore an unusual perspective on intimacy; that of Benny, an autistic man who did not miss the physical presence of his girlfriend while being separated during the pandemic. The narrative to the short film is provided by a love poem Benny wrote to reflect these feelings. The film is by the FlowUnlocked collective who came together during the pandemic. Flow Unlocked is a creative knowledge exchange project which highlights the importance of relationships to autistic people. The project is supported by UCL Culture's Trellis programme. Updates: https://www.neurodiversity-research.org/
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