“How to Make a Print with your Autistic Savant Brother” was screened at the Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI) Conference, March 15, 2012, in New Orleans, as part of an audio-visual presentation.
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CATALOGUE ESSAY by Dr. Darrold A Treffert (autistic savant expert) and Leslie Umberger, curator, for the “Hiding Places: Memory & the Arts” exhibition at the Kohler Art Center, Sheboygan, WI.
“Hiding Places: From Memory,” Kohler Art Center, WI
CATALOGUE ESSAY by Dr. Darrold A Treffert (autistic savant expert) and Leslie Umberger, Kohler Arts Center curator.
The Rumpus wrote about it here
Below: Images and video from art opening
Taking notes on the hors d’oeurves.
Transcribed by Gavin from the wall text, and translated into his cadence and form.
Gavin photographing his original writings that Leona saved, archived, and installed in the vitrine.
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Gavin took so many photographs that he filled up his memory card. The local magazine store had no memory cards. They still only carried film.
Gavin taking photographs of uploaded photographs, from the laptop monitor.
Gavin remarks with wonder each time
retaining walls re-appear along the highway route.
(thanks to Leah Rico for insight)