When I arrived at the end of the exhibition, I was really surprised because all the artists in this exhibition have been diagnosed with a variety of different cognitive, behavioural and developmental disorders or mental illnesses. The exhibition was about "Outsider Art". The artists of "Outsider Art" don't consider their audience. They just produce work for the sake of creation alone.
The artists didn't receive any conventional art education but attended a social welfare program. The program just helped the artists to be able to find their style or subject what they like without any direction and supported to continue to work and develop their talent what they found.
Non-intervention in the artists' work led the artists to delve deeper into the subject matter. Now, the artists have their own individual identity and have been developing their own emotional artistic language.
Children have uncontaminated creative languages. This can make children have different perspectives and be linked to their creativity. To stimulate children's creativity, we should support children to find out what they really like to do and encourage them to cultivate their own confidence in their creativity.