The Dyslexia Portrait is a creative photography project that aims to challenge and explore visual representations of how people with dyslexia see words, letters, shapes, and the world. A range of people with dyslexia from around the UK were interviewed about how they experience dyslexia, and from this, a photographic image was created that reﬂects their unique experience and vision. Most of the images are paired with a portrait of the person, and the exhibition is accompanied by layered audio soundtrack of the interviews. As a collection of images, the exhibition presents an insight into the depth and diversity of the dyslexic experience.
The body of work was created by Miranda Harr, a Hull photographer, and is supported by Artlink Hull, as part of ‘Square Peg’, a socially engaged, user–led, diversity and disability arts programme, funded by Hull City of Culture 2017.
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Mon - Fri: 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sat & Sun: 10.00am – 5.00pm