curated by Ricarda Vidal and Madeleine Campbell


13th-15th July, 9:30am – 6pm,
Inigo Rooms
Somerset House East Wing

14th July
5:00 – 5:30 pm: Performance:
Another Time This Time
dir. by John London and Karen Morash
Auditorium, Bush House, The Strand,
King’s College London
NOTE: This is free to attend, but please register below – bookings for the opening night in Somerset House include entry to the 5pm performance in Bush House.

14th July
6:00 – 8:00pm
Opening: Wine reception with performances
6:30pm poetry performance:
Noèlia Díaz-Vicedo & Hari Marini
7:15pm musical performance:
Danica Maier

The opening night is free to attend but please register below.

The exhibition runs in parallel to a free conference of talks, performances and workshops.


7th – 10th July, 11am – 6pm,
The Heritage Centre
Church Lane
Ledbury HR8 1DW
Part of Ledbury Poetry Festival

7th July, 2-4pm Workshop:
Multimodal Poetry Translation
led by Madeleine Campbell & Ricarda Vidal

10th July, 12-1pm Workshop:
Finding Words for the Pandemic
led by John London and Karen Morash

10th July, 5-6pm Performance:
Another Time This Time
dir. by John London and Karen Morash
Market Theatre, Market Street, Ledbury HR8 2AQ

Images from Ledbury

The works in this exhibition were created over the last 18 months. They are the result of the collaboration between the artists, writers, translators and academics who form part of the experiential network. And more often than not, they also draw on the vibrant inspiring atmosphere of public workshops which were conducted online and in person in the many different places we live in.

Together we trained our eyes to hear and our ears to see in order to translate from languages we don’t speak, to give voice to drawing and shape to sound.  Join us in this exhibition to experience what we discovered.

The works in the show include video art, performance, installation, print-making, painting and photography.

Madeleine Campbell, Harriet Carter, Filippo M. Ceredi, Sophie Clausen, Heather Connelly, Cinzia Delorenzi, Zeina Dghaim, Noèlia Díaz-Vicedo, Anna Dot Verdaguer, Birthe Jorgensen, Karl Katschthaler, John London, Hari Marini, Karen Morash, Manuela Perteghella, Ricarda Vidal, Tomasz Wochna

Images from London