Mapping the Brain, is an exhibition of pictorial stories created by people with an acquired brain injury at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin.
The objective is to create a series of visual stories using pictures to create the narrative. One of the symptoms of acquired brain injury is that it affects the part of the brain that controls language. This can affect anything from speech, to difficulty with reading and interpreting verbal language.
Their finished work is on show in the Mill Theatre, Dundrum, Dublin 14, from Thursday26 May to June 30th.