Women with Disabilities Break Barriers in New Self-Portrait Exhibition
They say a photo tells a thousand words. Women with disabilities are telling their stories through a new photography exhibition, Through My Eyes. The exhibition uses photography and self-portraits to challenge the way we think about disability.
We were joined by Diane Macdonald, a PhD candidate at Black Dog Institute and the School of Psychiatry, UNSW Sydney., to tell us more.
‘Fire! Escape!’ by Evianne Grosvenor one of the photos in the exhibition Through My Eyes (Photo supplied by Diane Macdonald).