Wornast’s graphic drawings map his fascination with the city’s transport system. Working from a combination of sourced images and memories, he uses the colours and symbols of TFL to create tapestrie of bold patterns.
Hall’s spontaneous and bright paintings combine the twin influences of his West African family ancestry and the great art institutions in London. His paintings are a portrait of his personal history and the architecture and landmarks that are important to him.
Commissioned and supported by the Unlimited programme, celebrating the work of disabled artists, with funding from Arts Council England and Spirit of 2012.
This installation is Audio Described (AD).
Meet The Artist: 11am - 2pm each day.
Visual Art Tours: Friday 7 September, Saturday 8 September, Sunday 9 September, 1pm and 3pm.
Meet at the Welcome Hub on Level 2 of Royal Festival Hall.
Come with us and discover all the visual art elements of Unlimited across both the Royal Festival Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall sites. From dirty secrets to unheard voices, from Palestine to life in London, from tapestry to an invitation to rest in public, find out more about why each work was commissioned, the motivations behind the artists and the techniques they use.
Access provided for each work will be highlighted.
The talk will be British Sign Language interpreted (BSL).
Play the embedded sound files below to hear the audio description for My Life in London