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A hand touches an artwork called Fab Lolly with raised dots in braille.

Layers of Vision: Living in a world made for sighted people

Layers of Vision explores the experiences and perspectives of blind and partially sighted artists living in a world made for sighted people. In meaningfully co-created and joyful ways, Layers of Vision raises attention to, and challenges,the barriers that people who are blind or have sight loss are facing in everyday life. It does so by exhibiting ten artworks that celebrate and creatively explore accessibility.

Each artwork, in its own way, appreciates different forms of vision and features multi-sensory elements. The exhibition displays commissioned works by Aaron McPeake, Alice Christina-Corrigan, Bianca Raffaella, Clarke Reynolds, David Johnson, Fae Kilburn, Mickel aka Ebony Rose Dark, Natalie Doig, Sally Booth, and Zoe Partington.

Layers of Visions will be a multi-event series, with the exhibition supplemented by a launch event, a meet-the-artists webinar, and two workshops aimed at museum and policy professions on accessibility.

Upcoming events in Layers of Vision: Living in a world made for sighted people

21 Nov

Layers of Vision exhibition

21 November 2022, 10:00 to 16 December 2022, 18:00

Specially commissioned works by blind and partially sighted artists creatively explore their…

Previous events in Layers of Vision: Living in a world made for sighted people

18 Nov

Layers of Vision Exhibition Launch

18 November 2022, 18:00 to 21:00

Layers of Vision explores the experiences and perspectives of blind and partially sighted artists…