The exhibition opens on 24 February. Credit: Hull CC

And finally… an imagination odyssey

Visitors to Hull’s Ferens Art Gallery are invited to take a colourful journey into the experience of disabled artist Jason Wilsher-Mills in an exhibition that frankly looks amazing.

Created in response to disabled communities in Hull, Wakefield, Manchester and Japan, Wilsher-Mills’ theatrical portraits and sculptures reflect aspects of his personality, memory, and disability.

This family-friendly exhibition, called ‘Are We There Yet?’ includes giant colourful inflatable sculptures and interactive experiences, designed to excite and move. Through the exhibition, visitors will gain a greater understanding of our world and how those with disabilities experience it.

The free exhibition opens on Saturday 24 February and runs until 2 June,

To date, the artist has exhibited at and been commissioned by The Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar, and the Houses of Parliament, amongst other international venues.

He has a long connection with Hull and the surrounding area, having worked on projects with Artlink, the University of Hull, and Streetlife Museum.

Alongside the exhibition is an exciting programme of events and activities for all ages and abilities, including an artist talk in May.

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