Blue Flashes are protagonist in Camagüey families of children with autism spectrum disorder (+ Photos)Publicado: abril 2, 2019
Text and photos by Lázaro David Najarro Pujol
Camagüey, Cuba, Apr 2.- Organized works and starred by families of children with autism spectrum disorder integrate the collective exhibition Blue Flashes, open to the public in the Gallery Larios in this city, whose historic center is Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
The project, consisting of eight sets of works, is being developed in the context of World Autism Awareness Day, which is commemorated today.
They emphasize that autism spectrum disorder is related to a person’s neurodevelopment, characterized by the alteration of social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior.
The promoters of the exhibition point out that the experience, rather than illustrating an artistic authenticity, offers a eulogy to lived moments, expressing the love, strength and grandeur of exceptional people.
Among the works stand out Light, life and hope, presented by the family of Aniel de Jesús Brito Artola, who follows the wisdom that the world is in the hands of those who have the courage to dream…
Blue Flashes also includes the work Blue Brushstrokes, of the family of Daniel Cabreja Mendieta, with the conviction that a hug is a poetry without words, where souls and hearts are caught. As the parents of Ernesto Rodríguez Zayas, presented the work The missing piece.
They excel in the same way Being autistic, of the family of Elcides Millán González; Love, faith and hope, of Elias Figueredo Carnesolta; Bit of Heaven, from that of Esteban Cabrera Riveron; Lights of hope, of the parents of Fernando Gómez Abreu, and Balloons of sentiments, of the family of Lian David Téllez Gutiérrez.
The International Campaign to sensitize autism spectrum disorders is carried out worldwide under the slogan Undisciplined free. (Translated by Linet Acuña Quilez)