Dyscalculia, or 'number dyslexia', is a form of learning difficulty often overlooked. I experience mild dyscalculia and often have trouble visualising, understanding and remembering numbers.
For this zine, I questioned 3 other people with different background about their perspective on and use of numbers, visualising their descriptions and illustrating the difference in perceptions.
Image 1: Myself - Struggles to accurately visualise numbers.
Image 2: A PhD scientist - Uses numbers everyday to inform research.
Image 3: A retail worker - Finds dates easiest to remember.
Image 4: A weaver - Remembers number patterns through rhythm and tunes.