Visit the Layers of Vision website

Layers of Vision is an art exhibition that explores the experiences and perspectives of blind and partially sighted (BPS) artists living in a world made for sighted people. In meaningfully co-created and joyful ways, Layers of Vision raises attention to, and challenges, the barriers that people who are blind or have sight loss are facing in everyday life. It does so by exhibiting ten artworks that celebrate and creatively explore accessibility.

Each artwork, in its own way, appreciates different forms of vision and features multisensory elements to foster engagement, stimulate discussions, and question common views and practices around access and disability inclusion in the arts and beyond.

For audio versions of the exhibition text and information, please head to


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.

Access information

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.

Banner Image: A hand is exploring a work of art made of large braille text that has been cut from painted wood. The braille is arranged in bands: a lower band of red on a bright blue background, and an upper band of white on a bright blue background.

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