Jamie is part of a new exhibition called ‘This is Not Me’, is a month-long exhibition of artwork from the unique perspective of people with an acquired brain injury, organised by the Acquired Brain Injury Forum for London (ABIL).
Running from January 27 to February 26, the exhibition in the Cathedral’s Minor Canons’ Aisle portrays the ‘reality of living with an acquired brain injury and challenges the perceptions of this ‘hidden injury’.
“The 20 works on display have been created by people with a range of acquired brain injuries who are learning to come to terms with changes in their lives, sometimes having to ‘get to know’ themselves and their place in society all over again. Their experience provides a unique lens on the universal themes of alienation, trauma, loss, identity and acceptance.”
Jamie’s artwork is a self portrait of him riding his BMX entitled ‘Memories’.