Perspective Tour with MaMoMi

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  • Free
  • Gallery tour
  • Audio described
Two people standing in a gallery setting, one is touching an object installation, spotlit against a dark blue wall. The large object is made out of small copper tiles which have hieroglyphics stamped in relief into their surface. The tiles as a whole create a tall straight form rising up the wall which ends with two wing like shapes either side. Either side of the object are information panels and a small framed print.
In Plain Sight, exhibition, Artwork: Mati Armour, Alexandra Zsigmond, 2022. Gallery Photo: Steven Pocock. Source: Wellcome Collection. Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0).

What you’ll do

Join social enterprise MaMoMi for a tour of In Plain Sight. MaMoMi will lead a tactile tour of the exhibition and will share their views and insights on the objects and themes from a visually diverse perspective.

Dates

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Tickets via Eventbrite

Need to know

Location

We’ll meet at the Information Point, which is on level 0, directly in front of you as you enter Wellcome Collection.

Limited spaces available

Spaces are limited and may run out if we are busy so you may wish to arrive early.

Audio described

Key visual elements referred to during this event will be described.

If you have any queries about accessibility, please email us at access@wellcomecollection.org or call 0 2 0. 7 6 1 1. 2 2 2 2

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About your guides

MaMoMi Initiative

MaMoMi Initiative is a social enterprise founded by Andrew Mashigo that provides accessible events which enhance and expand the experience of visually impaired people around the arts.

Andrew Mashigo

Andrew has a passion for mixed-media practice, access, and social inclusion, showing that through his work as an artist, audience-engagement consultant and disability-access advocate.

Lynn Cox

Lynn Cox is Director, Disability and Equality at MaMoMi. She is a visually impaired artist, audio describer, coach and trainer who explores different perceptions and sensations through tactile and psychogeographical experiences.