Neurodivergence and Art
Sonia Boué is a writer and blogger who has published extensively online across many platforms in both the UK and the US.
Sonia writes articles about neurodiversity and the arts as a reviewer and critic, seeking to develop a wider understanding of neuroaesthetics. She also writes about arts funding and barriers to neurodivergent people in the arts. She publishes on her own blog The Other Side, and in serval blogs on the A-N platform. Sonia has an author's page at Disability Arts Online and has published on Disability Studies Quarterly. She is currently collaborating on chapters for academic publications. Evaluation documents for her touchstone neuro-inclusive project called NUNO have been open sourced online at the Museum for Object Research website and have also been shared as a resource for the TATE disABILITY Network.
Sonia has published catalogue essays for the Shadowlight Artists Rising and LUMINOUS exhibitions. She recently wrote a guest blog for Project ArtWorks critiquing the film Illuminating the Wilderness, joint winner of the Jarmon Award 2020.
As part of her post-memory practice Sonia published her Barcelona in a Bag blog at A-N, which began as a FaceBook Artist's Page in 2014.