Experiencing Life

Art … a positive necessity of life about autistic artist Ferenc Virag. I will be posting more of his work here, meanwhile here is some art he produced in the mid 90s.

http://www.larry-arnold.net/Autonomy/index.php/autonomy/article/view/AR6

Here is a less theory oriented interview Paul Wady did with me not long ago

And here’s a little bit of performance art Paul Wady recorded in 2014 with Kafka in mind

From Autism Stories, Interview with an emphasis on implications of theory for understanding autism https://anchor.fm/autism-personal-coach/episodes/Autism-Stories-Dinah-Murray-eee281

Autism Stories: Neisha Hirsch Autism Stories

“Design, and art as a larger umbrella, is storytelling. Just like music is storytelling, even without lyrics. I think that we all tell stories. I really feel that every single thing we experience is some sort of story. We tell ourselves stories; everything that comes out of our mouths is a story. It's how we navigate the world,” says Neisha Hirsch. Neisha joins this episode of Autism Stories to discuss the impact of storytelling on our lives, her business Shadow Sage Designs, and how tarot has been helpful to her. To learn more about Neisha and Shadow Sage Designs visit https://www.shadowsagedesigns.com. To be updated on the latest Autism Stories episode by subscribing on your favorite podcast listening platform. If you could give us a positive rating and review on your favorite listening platform we would really appreciate that. If you are looking for extraordinary support support to live self-sufficient and purpose-driven lives through customized coaching then visit https://www.autismpersonalcoach.com. If you would be interested in being interviewed on Autism Stories or would like to be a sponsor send an email to doug.blecher@autismpersonalcoach.com.
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  5. Autism Stories: Dr. Wenn Lawson and Fergus Murray

Something About Us (a film edited by Jes Benstock)

Wrong Planet Syndrome

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