real things, sensibly produced
companions that solve problems
geometries, symmetries, fractals
immerse and arise
right planet for all
neurodiversity - what?
people on the autism spectrum live in a world of extremes. while interpersonal understanding takes a lot and active effort, there also exist increased sensitivities towards many sensory factors that are often only barely perceived by neurotypicals. these differences in perception are permanent and cannot be "repaired" - they are the result of a neurologically different structure of the brain.
depending on individual peculiarities as well as personal surroundings and life experiences, autists are challenged and burdened in different ways. in many cases they face strong anxiety, permanent stress, depression and loneliness. especially people with aspergers, a less distinctive form of autism, still rarely get diagnosed or they receive inadequate and ineffective treatment for stress symptoms or receive diagnosis for various other disorders. we think that a correct diagnosis is an important step for improving people's selfperception and understanding of the world they live in.