Show image caption Dehiscence – passing through the interstices of membrane, 2001, digital print on stretched synthetic canvas, 310 x 252 cm. Chenderit School.
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BSL Tour of Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning

Join Jason Tennant for a free British Sign Language tour of Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning at Turner Contemporary.

Saturday 13 August, 11am

Saturday 13 August, 11am - 12pm and Saturday 17 September 11am - 12pm

Turner Contemporary Rendezvous, Margate, Kent CT9 1HG
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BSL Tour of Ingrid Pollard: Carbon Slowly Turning

When:

Saturday 13 August, 11am – 12pm

Saturday 17 September, 11am – 12pm

The Exhibition 

Guyanese-born British artist and photographer Ingrid Pollard’s Turner Prize-nominated exhibition Carbon Slowly Turning will be presented at the gallery this summer (9 July – 25 September 2022).

The exhibition, which spans Turner Contemporary’s first-floor galleries, is Pollard’s first major survey and examines her substantial contribution to British art. Her work explores how images and identity are constructed, especially in representations of history and the landscape, working with film, photography, installation and sound. Neither a retrospective nor a chronological display, this exhibition interrogates Britishness, race and sexuality.

The Tour

This tour is delivered in British Sign Language by Jason Tennant without an interpreter or voiceover.  Jason is a Director at Palm Deaf Community Services where he teaches BSL and Deaf Awareness sessions, he is a Deaf Role Model and Mentor to Deaf people in the local community. Jason is part of the Turner Contemporary Access Group.

Please meet on the balcony.

Booking in advance is essential for this free tour. You can also book tickets in person at Turner Contemporary’s shop or contact the Visitor Experience Team on 01843 233025 (10am – 5pm Daily).

If you have any other access needs that you would like to let us know about please contact: info@turnercontemporary.org or call 01843 233000.