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  • Order In Disorder By Ilia Chidzey White

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It seems ironic that a condition that is characterised by an intense need for order and rationalisation is referred to as a ‘disorder’. I speak of Autism Spectrum Disorder. As a proud member of this colourful spectrum, I see my life as an endless attempt to create order out of chaos. Everything around me is compiled into categories and filed into neat compartments for later reference. My life is data driven and follows a series of routines to maintain a sense of stability. Anything random throws me into a panic. I know I’m not the only ASD person out there who feels that way. Many parents will have watched their children with Aspergers have a meltdown because their routine for the day has changed. Even as adults, there are many of us, who find comfort in order. Why is it that we are defined by a term that uses the word ‘disorder’ I wonder.

This meandering polished concrete piece, compiled from a fusion of coloured fragments, mother of pearl shell, glass beads and spontaneous moments articulates an attempt to pull order into disorder as chaos looms and I scramble to assemble the pieces.

Order in Disorder

Ilia chidzey

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Polished concrete with inlays and paint detail

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Batons across back

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It seems ironic that a condition that is characterised by an intense need for order and rationalisation is referred to as a ‘disorder’. I speak of Autism Spectrum Disorder. As a proud member of this colourful spectrum, I see my life as an endless attempt to create order out of chaos. Everything around me is compiled into categories and filed into neat compartments for later reference. My life is data driven and follows a series of routines to maintain a sense of stability. Anything random throws me into a panic. I know I’m not the only ASD person out there who feels that way. Many parents will have watched their children with Aspergers have a meltdown because their routine for the day has changed. Even as adults, there are many of us, who find comfort in order. Why is it that we are defined by a term that uses the word ‘disorder’ I wonder.

This meandering polished concrete piece, compiled from a fusion of coloured fragments, mother of pearl shell, glass beads and spontaneous moments articulates an attempt to pull order into disorder as chaos looms and I scramble to assemble the pieces.

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