With Japan hosting the Paralympic Games this year, the world’s attention has been on disability. The exhibition Access + Ability in the Arts, Design & Technology highlights the people, programmes and products that change the way we think about access for all in the arts and in everyday life.
In a special project with the Japanese Gallery Kensington to show the possibilities of reformatted art, UCL Mechanical Engineering has transformed a woodblock print by artist KANEKO Kunio into 3D art.
Visitors to the exhibition will also see how craftsman MIYABO Katsuyuki and inventor MIYAKE Seiichi have helped to improve the lives of disabled people.
KANEKO Kunio, Intoart, MIYABO Katsuyuki
Visitors to the Embassy are required to book their visit in advance here. Tickets are free.