Pop-Up Exhibition

Covid-19 got in the way of our plans to exhibit this film at Autograph, click here to watch it online


Rivington Place



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About the exhibition

A new film installation by young artists with autism and a broad spectrum of learning differences, challenging how people like themselves are represented in mainstream media.

Each three-screen video portrait features the artist speaking directly to the camera about their everyday life, flanked by shots of the places and things that inform their identity. Based in Hackney and aged 16 - 25, all of the filmmakers are members of Mouth That Roars, a youth media organisation.

A Different Way of Seeing is part of the UK-wide EXPLORERS Project, celebrating the extraordinary contribution neurodiverse people make to art and culture. #ExplorersProjectRead More

Exhibiting artists are Ruth Almodal, Lanre Aregbeshola, Jazmin Francis-Johnson, Abraham Joseph, Clive Kandza-Itsieme, Emmanuel Kwatiah, Seni Oremosu, Yolanda Panbu, Conor Powell, Ike Romans.


Interview with Mouth That Roars

We speak to Denise Rose about representation, film and autism

part of

Visibility and Disability: Ways of Being

A month of exhibitions and events


About Mouth That Roars

A Different Way of Seeing is in partnership with Mouth That Roars (MTR), a youth media company which was set up with the sole purpose of training young people in film production who wouldn’t ordinarily have access to media resources.

MTR enables young people who are quite often misrepresented a space to be heard, and a medium through which they can voice their thoughts and feelings. 

Also at Autograph

Sharif Persaud: Have You Ever Had

Free exhibition in Gallery 1


The EXPLORERS Project is informed and led by neurodiverse communities, in collaboration with cultural organisations across the UK and in Australia.

The project is led by Project Art Works, the UK’s leading artist led organisation working with children, young people and adults who have complex support needs. EXPLORERS is supported by the Arts Council Ambition for Excellence Programme and Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

Rivington Place, home of Autograph


Everyone is welcome at Autograph. You can expect a friendly and inclusive experience during your visit. Our building is accessible, with step-free access to all spaces. Accessible, unisex toilets are on all floors.

Click here to download Autograph's detailed Access Guide, with photographs of the building

If you would like a social narrative or sensory map for this event, please get in touch and we will create one for you.

Have any questions? We would love to hear from you, contact us at 020 7729 9200 or email

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Part of the EXPLORERS project, delivered by Project Art Works, a three-year programme of art and conversation working with 12 national art organisations. The EXPLORERS programme is informed and led by neurodiverse communities, placing them at the heart of social, civic and cultural activity. Based in Hastings, Project Art Works is the UK’s leading artist led organisation working with children, young people and adults who have complex support needs.

Support by Arts Council England Lottery Fund
Supported using public funding by Arts Council England
Mouth That Roars
Also supported by Project Artworks
Also supported by EXPLORERS Project
Also supported by Paul Hamlyn Foundation

Banner image: Abraham Joseph, 2020.

Page images and video, from top left: 1) Courtesy Mouth That Roars 2) Courtesy Submit To Love Studios / Headway East London, 2019. 3) Rivington Place, home of Autograph. Photograph by Zoë Maxwell. 4) Sharif Persaud, Egypt [detail], 2016. Courtesy of Project Art Works.