Artes Mundi is partnering with Our Visual World network in Swansea to deliver a BSL tour of the Artes Mundi 10 presentation at Mostyn led by a professionally trained Deaf artist guide.
This tour is designed for Deaf audiences and will give an overview of the work on show, its context within the wider AM10 exhibition and an insight into the Artist’s practice and background. The relaxed tour will be delivered in British Sign Language.
Spaces are limited and we will have additional staff available to welcome and assist on the day.
If you would like to request any access support or to contact us with any questions, please email [email protected]
Artist profiles and statements
Taloi Havini is from the Nakas Tribe of Hakö people from the Autonomous Region of Bougainville (one of the Solomon Islands, part of Papua New Guinea). Her work is informed by her family history and its ties to the land and communities in Bougainville and she uses a range of media in her work, including photography, audio and video, sculpture, immersive installation and print. Knowledge – production, transmission, inheritance, mapping and representation – are central themes in Havini’s work where she examines these in relation to land, architecture and place.