A group of people visiting the exhibition, with various forms of physical and learning disabilities, interacted and engaged with the visual and auditory forms of artwork. A carer visiting with group said; “the exhibition is very accessible because it’s not just visual arts but made up of sensory pieces. Audiences with disabilities, who usually struggle to engage with only visual art forms, are able to enjoy the exhibition as well.”
A large group of photography students visited the exhibition to photograph the patterns and forms within the artworks. The students thought the variation in medium was very interesting and particularly like the textured paintings as a subject for their photographs. One visitor said; “the artworks could be created by people of any age. You cannot tell that children and young people have made them”.