"Perspective Shift" - Episode #2 - Prue Stevenson

Duration: 28 minutes
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"Perspective Shift" - Episode #2 - Prue Stevenson
Perspective Shift is a documentary series which explores the triumphs and trials of some of Australia’s top practitioners in the arts industries, who also happen to be people with disability.
Perspective Shift is a documentary series which explores the triumphs and trials of some of Australia’s top practitioners in the arts industries, who also happen to be people with disability. Each 30-minute episode focuses on one individual excelling in an area of the Arts and explores their craft and their lived-experience.
Episode #2 - Prue Stevenson, is about one of Australia’s top emerging visual and performance artists, having exhibited work nationally and notably at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Australia, in Sydney. Prue’s art practice was birthed from her identity as an autistic woman and is an integral way that she connects with the world around her. Many of her art pieces invite audiences into her autistic culture, sharing and celebrating her unique “Prue version of Autism”. We too are invited into Prue’s story, travelling on her journey to becoming a leading artist in Australia.
#dontfearthemeltdown, #stimyourheartout, #ilovebeingautistic
Genres: Documentary and Reality
Studio: Attitude Foundation in partnership with Taste Creative
From: Australia
Produced In: Australia
Lead Actors: Prue Stevenson
Supporting Actors: Daniel Tedford
Key Crew: Leah JamesBriana Miller
Nominations: Audience Award

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