HULL: An exhibition encouraging people to speak out about mental health is being held in Princes Avenue.
Until November 23, Artlink Hull and Mad Pride Hull have collaborated to create a programme of workshops called “Maybe It’s The World That’s Mad,”.
It is aimed at celebrating differences rather than stigmatising them.
Kenn Taylor, creative director at Artlink Hull, said: We ask the audience to consider the madness of today’s world, its systems, structures and imposed stress that affect our mental well-being; and to reflect on how this might be different. The exhibition will include an interactive sculpture and fabric banners made in public workshops preceding the exhibition, as well as a Chaos Office, in which the participants can break free from the constraints of acceptable office behaviour.”