A thought provoking article by Amelia Rachel Hokule’a Borofsky, Psy.D., a community and clinical psychologist based in Hawaii. She teaches at Hawaii Pacific University and writes about health across different cultures. This piece also highlights a ground-breaking (quite literally, in a manner of speaking) art exhibit entitled Bloom, commissioned to commemorate the closure of the Massachusetts Mental Health Center, a former psychiatric training centre and hospital which commissioned Anna Schuleit to create a fragile yet immensely powerful art installation in the emptied space.
Read more here with thanks to The Atlantic, Amelia Rachel Hokule’a Borofsky and Anna Schuleit:
Find out more about Anna Schuleit’s work here on her blog: http://www.anna-schuleit.com/
Deeply moving pictures of the flower filled rooms. Deeply depressing pictures of the flower filled rooms. How can “they” not understand ?