Hearing Voices, Seeing Things: A Serpentine Gallery Project : Seven Artists' Projects Exploring Mental Health
Hearing Voices, Seeing Things (HVST) was a two-year programme of projects and residencies with staff and service users of North East London Mental Health Trust, led by artists Bob & Roberta Smith and Jessica Voorsanger with Mel Brimfield and Sally O'Reilly, Karen Densham, Mandy Lee Jandrell, Andy Lawson and Victor Mount. The project launched with a comedy event, 'What's so funny?', hosted in collaboration with MIND.An exhibition was open to the public at the Leytonstone Center of Contemporary Art (LCCA) on site at the Serpentine Gallery.
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