‘The images of Outing Disability are printed on 1.6 metre high mirrored panels. To see the image clearly you need to take your time and move around the image until it appears clearly in front of you. This process is a reflection of the time that people should take to look beyond their own misconceptions about other people and discover the person within. When you can see the image clearly you catch glimpses of your own reflection. This also mirrors the journey of understanding and empathy when we feel a connection to another person’s story, often because somewhere in their story we find part or a glimpse of our own.’

– Belinda Mason, Artist 2013