Artists and writers including Mark Haddon, eL Seed, Bahia Shehab, Karen McCarthy Woolf, Zoe Partington, Sarah Sandman, Tanvir Bush, Georges Senga, Sally Booth, Mandy Redvers-Rowe, Sammy Baloji, and Rachel Gadsden examine the concept of vision.
A key part of the exhibition is Imaginary Visions, a series of eight written visual artworks which evoke conceptual, poetic and emotional experiences. The artworks do not exist outside of the author’s and reader’s imaginations - they can never truly be ‘seen’.
This is the first major exhibition from Project Light, a global art campaign led by Peek Vision and Fine Acts, which champions the right to sight in a world where 36 million people are blind, three quarters from preventable or curable conditions.
Supported by Rolex and Arts Council England. Late night opening on Thursday, 4 October (until 9pm).
Fully accessible with audio, large print and braille description.