Marking the World Awareness Autism Day

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The third action of Invert to Alert took place in Tallinn University, on the 2nd April, to mark the World Awareness Autism Day. Eesti Erinoorsootöö Ühing noOR, in cooperation with Põhja-Eesti Autismi Liit, gathered 25 volunteers from different countries and disrupted the common order of the space through 6 performances, 1 installation, interviews and the delivery of flyers and quizzes about the topic.

Check the photo report:

Sometimes autistic people avoid contact, but have you ever tried to contact them?Marie Schorlemmer

Sometimes autistic people avoid contact, but have you ever tried to contact them?
Marie Schorlemmer

"In my view, I want to play. This is my view. I don't see autism as a disease. I just have a different perspective of the world. What is normal, anyway?"Hanka Šrajerová

“In my view, I want to play. This is my view. I don’t see autism as a disease. I just have a different perspective of the world. What is normal, anyway?”
Hanka Šrajerova

Invert. Disturb. Alert!

That’s how we inverted Viru Keskus, in the 3rd of December, the International Day of Persons with Disabilities:

Watch our video

Watch our video and get inspired for the next Invert to Alert actions:

2nd March – marking the International Day for Ear and Hearing with the photo exhibition “The sound of” and a video-installation in Vabaduse Valjak, Tallinn.

2nd April – World Autism Awareness Day – public intervention in the Old Town, Tallinn – using open spaces.

April/May – Tartu Spring Days – participation in students’ actitivies (concerts, readings, open market, etc.).

Join us and send an e-mail to info@erinoor.ee.

Thank you!