Plan your Visit
Layers of Vision is open to the public from 21st November to 16th December, coinciding with UK Disability History Month.
Mon – Fri: 10am to 6pm
Find us in the Arcade at Bush House, South Wing, King’s College London, Strand, WC2B 4PJ.
Tube: Temple / Bus: 4, 26, 59, 68, 76, X68, 168, 171, 172, 176 (24 hour), 188, 243 (24 hour), 341 (24 hour), 521, RV1.
Free, no booking required.
We are offering guided tours through the exhibition. The curators will talk about how the Layers of Vision exhibition came to life and introduce visitors to each artwork. We would like to use these tours as an opportunity for participation and dialogue around access and disability in museums and beyond. Everyone who is interested is welcome to join.
Please note these tours are not touch tours in the traditional sense. Everyone can touch everything all the time. Audio-descriptions, braille, large prints, and a tactile guiding system on the floor are built-in elements of the exhibition.
We are offering guided tours at the following days and times: 28.11.22, 3pm - 4pm 29.11.22, 3pm - 4pm 30.11.22, 5pm - 6pm 07.12.22, 3pm - 4pm 12.12.22, 3pm - 4pm 13.12.22, 5pm - 6pm 14.12.22, 5pm - 6pm 15.12.22, 3pm - 4pm
You do NOT need to register.
If you have any questions with regards to the tours, or, if you would like to book a tour at a different day or time, please contact Katharina.firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking forward to welcoming you at Layers of Vision.
Information about the artworks is available in large print, braille and via audio-descriptions. Access to the building is via a ramp / slope. Assistance dogs are always welcome. This venue does not play background music. The lighting levels are medium. Accessible toilet facilities are on site.
By visiting the exhibition, you agree to be photographed and filmed. Photos and video material may be used for educational and promotional purposes of the exhibition. It may be shared, among others, on King’s College London social media pages, King’s College London website, press publications, printed publicity. Anonymized photos may be used in research publications. If you wish to not be photographed and filmed, please inform the exhibition invigilators on site in the gallery.