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Exhibition: Do You See What I See?

A unique and fascinating exhibition which seeks to communicate the perspectives of those living with visual impairment.

Passing+by - Lindsey Whitelaw. A grey, white and black image of a hooded figure walking down a street, the figure has their back turned as though they are walking away.



Windows of the Soul is a grassroots art exhibition exploring the perspectives of people with visual impairments.

Visually impaired artists, sighted artists, ophthalmologists (eye doctors), patients and others from all over the UK come together to share their experiences of visual impairment, countering the preconception that visual disability precludes the creation of beautiful art. Works will include paintings, photography, prints, icons and braille art.

In addition to a physical and online exhibition, there will be three workshops focusing on interviews with the artists regarding their unique perceptions, simulating visual loss and the importance of sound and, finally, how the eye and brain are linked to generate vision. 

Windows of the Soul was one of the winners of this year’s Wandsworth Arts Fringe Grant Award.

The exhibition is part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe and will run from 10 June to 25 June at the Outlined Gallery in Nine Elms from 10am to 10pm, Wednesday to Saturday. 

Outlined Gallery, First Floor, 14 Embassy Gardens, Union Square, London SW11 7AX

Nearest train/tube:
Nine Elms Tube

Visit Event Web Link

Start date: 10/06/2022
End date: 25/06/2022
Open from 10:00 to 22:00

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