TOUCHDOWN21 is a research project.
A research project made by people with Down syndrome, about people with Down Syndrome.
We collect information.
We want to look at this topic from many different angles.
And we want to bring together people who are thinking about this topic.
How is life for people with Down syndrome?
In Germany? And in the rest of the World?
How do they live? Where do they work?
Can they play the drums?
Are they on Facebook?
Which party do they vote for?
People with Down syndrome are found all around the world. They run food stalls, do powerlifting and get their driving license.
What is Down syndrome?
What is trisomy 21?
How does it work with chromosomes?
TOUCHDOWN was an exhibition. It started at the Bundeskunsthalle (The Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany) in Bonn. Now it'll move to other places. Bremen will be the first one.
People from around the world are busy thinking about the topic Down syndrome.
We want to bring these people together.
We want to show their work.
ICH BIN NUR EINMALIG.
Portraits von Menschen mit Down-Syndrom mit Fotos von Britt Schilling