At a moment in history in which freedom, health, and inequality are at the cultural fore, this exhibition centres the reflections of disabled and marginalised people on the interwoven pandemics that Covid-19 has induced. Through this exploration of creativity, isolation, community, and crisis, a legacy unfurls. At its heart is a questioning of the sentiment that underwrote many decisions – personal and political – through these events: “we’re all in this together.”

Exhibiting as part of All Bound Together? are: Abi Palmer, Akissi Nzambi, Annie Crawford, Catherine Cleary, Colin Lievens, Emelia Kerr Beale, Funmi Lijadu, Georgia Murphy, Juan del Gado, Louis Blue Newby, Mathilda Roach Osborne, melissandre varin, Mote Scherr, Natalee Decker, Oriele Steiner, Rach Wellbeing, Robin Smith, Rowan Riley, Sarah Yu Zeebroek, Shadi Al-Atallah, Steven Fraser, Yo-Yo Lin, Yvonne Mabs Francis.

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Find out more about the exhibition

Introduction BSL video

Exhibition Audio Introduction

The Rooms

Each room in this exhibition explores the many ways in which themes of isolation, grief, and community have found homes in recent months. You can navigate these rooms, and read more about their content, using the blueprint map below.