Imperial College London’s Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication present a multi-media exhibition with works by several different artists exploring the experience of sickle cell.
Date: 01 Nov-12 Dec 2019
Time: 10:00 – 17:00
Venue: CLCC Foyer, Level 3 Sherfield Building
Campus: South Kensington Campus
Event type: Exhibition
Audience: Open to all
Ticket: Drop in
This exhibition is in the Gallery of the Centre for Languages, Culture and Communication, Sherfield 3, Imperial College London from November 1st 2019 till December 12th 2019.
Multi-media works by several different artists explore the experience of Sickle Cell Disease, a condition which millions of people suffer from and which is still largely not understood by much of the population. Pain, fatigue, even death can result from the genetically transmitted disease and yet so many suffer without the comfort of empathy.
To mark the opening of the exhibition, the Centre is holding a seminar on Thursday 2:15-3:15 in Room 303A when Dr Frederic Piel and Mr John James OBE of the Sickle Cell Society will speak about different aspects of the disease. All are welcome to attend.
Want to get a taste of the exhibition? Check out the video below, Trance, which has been created as part of the exhibition:
Director: Luxi Rong
Sound Designer: Evangelos Markou
Writer: June Okochi
Audio Narrator: Emma Lenden