'Windows Of The Soul’ is an exhibition at the Lumen United Reform Church in London from 15 - 24 October 2021 as part of the Bloomsbury Festival in which Lindsay Whitelaw, founding artist of the exhibition, has collaborated with a number of visually impaired people and artists to show case a range of eye conditions as the visually impaired people respond to some of Lindsay’s art work and how Lindsay has then taken their responses to create new work.
RNIB Connect Radio’s Toby Davey caught up with Lindsay Whitelaw and Caroline (Cally) Kilduff, two of the people behind the ‘Windows Of The Soul’ exhibition to find out more.
Lindsay and Cally began by explaining to Toby how the exhibition came about. Lindsay described some of the art work that she sent to the group of visually impaired people, their responses and how she has taken their responses to form the work that will be on display through the ‘Windows Of The Soul’ exhibition.
As part of the exhibition there will also be discussions and talks with some of the visually impaired people who were involved in ‘Windows Of The Soul’.
After the Bloomsbury Festival the exhibition will be touring from the Lumen United Reform Church to a space at Moorfields Eye Hospital.
More details about ‘Windows Of The Soul’ can be found by visiting the Bloomsbury Festival website - https://bloomsburyfestival.org.uk/events/windows-of-the-soul/
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