The ever-popular biennial art exhibition celebrating Aotearoa’s autistic artists is back!
iNDx is a collaborative and thought-provoking exhibition. The name comes from “I” for identity, “ND” for neurodivergent or neurologically “not typical”, and “Dx”, a play on the medical abbreviation for diagnosis.
Featuring works from several artists renowned in both the autism and arts communities, such as Tom Fox and Yaniv Janson; there are 30 artists represented in total, from beautiful portraits to comic-style pieces and from abstract art to whimsical illustrations.
The exhibition highlights a range of art mediums including audio, digital, and video pieces to be displayed sit alongside physical artworks.
iNDx has won a national arts access award, and not only allows the public to appreciate the diverse talent of the autistic community in Otago, but also provides opportunities for collaboration, partnership, community, and creativity, and a chance for voices to be heard.