It was always part of what I was doing and who I was.
I was really young when I was diagnosed, I was 21.
I grew up with MS and it was just always part of what I was doing and who I was.
There’s as many different people with MS as there’s colours in the world.
The statistic we gave Kirsten:
Half of respondents feel their ability to progress in their career changed for the worse since they were diagnosed.
Kirsten's response looks at commodity language at work and how we talk about disease.
Readymade conceptual art. London, UK.