Welcome to The Mine

Trigger warning: The Mine contains content users may find sensitive or distressing, reflecting accounts of physical, emotional, systemic, and medical neglect and abuse towards disabled people. We encourage users to be aware of this when experiencing the artwork.

Explore the major new artwork from Jay Price, winner of the 2022 Adam Reynolds Award.

You can explore The Mine through an interactive app, as a filmed walkthrough, or as an audiobook.

Want to explore on a desktop?

Watch the walkthrough Listen to the audiobook

Download the app

Or search for 'The Mine: Under tender feet' in your app store.

Available for most smartphones and tablets only. For the best experience on desktop, explore The Mine through the filmed walkthrough or audiobook.

QR Code which, when scanned with a mobile device, redirects the user to the correct app store in which they can download The Mine

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Banner image description:  In-game screenshot. Perspective limited by the reach of the torchlight. The torch is being shone directly at a crumbling brick wall, highlighting a round space of visible graffiti. In black, scrawled text, ‘Scroungers’ is written. The text is then further outlined in neon green, indicating it is an interactive object.

The 2022 recipient of the Adam Reynolds Award, Jay Price, unveiled a major new artwork at the end of last year exploring the historic and contemporary marginalisation of disabled communities through a free, interactive app experience: The Mine. Here, Jay takes us through the complicated but exciting process of making the artwork!

Explore The Mine!


BSL interpretation by Ruaridh Lever-Hogg & Lucy Clark

If you enjoyed this film, why not check out more behind-the-scenes content from previous Adam Reynolds Award projects including Jay Price's Canaries, commissioned in 2021?

How the Empty When Full artworks were made