Void is delighted to once again welcome back Clare Mc Laughlin who will bring her art project Seen-Unseen to the Zoom platform. Seen-Unseen deals with the non–visual exploration of art and allows the blind or vision impaired person to experience artwork through their other senses.
Taking place at 2pm on the 14th of May, participants will visit Void’s current exhibition Before the Cypress Broke through an online tour. Clare will then lead a thought provoking, memory stimulating, interactive and sensory session which will explore the exhibition through a tactile workshop.
For more information, please contact Clare Mc Laughlin on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Seen-Unseen at Void Gallery is generously funded by the Ulverscroft Foundation.
Image credit: Seen-Unseen,Visit to At The Gates of the Music Palace, Alex Cecchetti, 2018, Void Gallery.
Void Gallery is supported using public funding from Arts Council Northern Ireland, Department of Communities, The National Lottery Community Fund, Derry City and Strabane District Council, Enkalon Foundation, Ragdoll Foundation, COVID 19 Charities Fund, Art Fund, The Arts Society, Community Foundation NI, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Garfield Weston Foundation.
Void Gallery is also a member of the PlusTate network.