Visual Arts

Mad People’s Strike

I’m not the first person to consider – rather than consumers in the mental health system, what if patients are also workers? How might that inform the shape of our resistance.

Visual Arts

Mad People’s Union

When I was discharged from hospital I was told I couldn’t come back to the ward as a visitor for 6 months. What of the friends and comrades who remained?

Visual Arts

The Mad Wolves

In thinking about some Mad future I thought about the ways groups form and acquire names and identities.

Visual Arts

No No No No

We don’t want a seat at your table. We have our own tables. We gather around kitchen tables, supermarket cafe tables, ward dining room tables. Give us the money.

Visual Arts

It Will Take All of Us

This is a quote from Diane Di Prima’s Revolutionary Letters. It has been important to me to think about the things we do to resist, to ‘shove at the thing’.

Visual Arts

No

No, and Not, thread through this archive of posters, an inadvertent rhetoric. There’s something about refusal and rejection, about negativity.

Visual Arts

Surveillance is Not Safety

This poster connects directly to the on-going #StopOxevision campaign, resisting the roll-out of surveillance cameras into bedrooms on psychiatric wards.

Visual Arts

Until We All Can

Acorn Arts, Helensburgh
FREE

An exhibition showcasing work by the Stay Seen Collective, an eclectic group of artists who use their creativity to raise awareness for the charity SOHTIS –  Survivors of Human Trafficking in Scotland.