Brain injury survivors challenging first impressions in new art exhibition

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Brain injury survivors challenging first impressions in new art exhibition

We're being made to consider our first impressions, through a new collection of printed works.

The exhibition involves images created by artists who've survived severe brain injuries where the impact has left them with longterm disabilities which are not always visible. 

It's title : 'Oh to be human' takes it name from a line in a poem that is the centre piece in the gallery.

Oh to be Human opens at the Could Be Good Project space in Deptford from this evening and tomorrow, and then again next Friday and Saturday - and the artists are from Headway East London - a local charity supporting people affected by brain injury.

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