Installations

Inclusive Futures

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  • Installation
Photograph of a gallery installation with three seated people watching a video on a tv screen. On the wall to the left are large bold graphics and text, coloured blue, red and green. To the right are leaflets standing on 5 shelves, inset into a wall. In the distance are the windows and a section of a spiral staircase.
Inclusive Futures, Kathleen Arundell. Source: Wellcome Collection. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).

Visit ‘Inclusive Futures’ to see and hear ideas for how to make the world a better place for everyone. This colourful display was designed by participants and artists from Heart n Soul at The Hub, a research project led by autistic people and people with learning disabilities.

There are design ideas and personal perspectives from the people who created them on display. You can listen to interviews about the project and contribute your own ideas.

Heart n Soul at The Hub are thinking inclusively about alternative futures as part of their project’s research into the value of difference. They are the current Wellcome Hub research residency.

‘Inclusive Futures’ is created in collaboration with The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design.

About the creator

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Heart n Soul at The Hub

Heart n Soul at The Hub website

Award-winning creative arts company and charity Heart n Soul are residents of The Hub from 2018 to 2020. Their research project is led by people with learning disabilities and autistic people, and is about exploring the value of difference and questioning what is ’normal’.