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26 October – 21 November

The Bill of Health

a crumpled up piece of paper with the nhs logo on it

Image: Lucy Chapman

The Bill of Health is an open call exhibition aiming to capture a snapshot of health, illness, disability and care in 2023.

Moving beyond the stereotypes, we explore what it means to be a disabled, neurodiverse, sick artist or carer in an often ableist art world.

We invited participants to investigate their own lived experience, query ideologies in relation to health, imagine alternative futures and/or respond to the present reality.

In a political landscape that equates ‘value’ with economic productivity – what does that mean if you are sick? How can we think about value in different ways? We want to represent a wide range of views and experiences.

The exhibition is accompanied by a programme of events across Central Saint Martins museum, library and student union which will provide opportunities for participants to explore this topic, network and support one another.

The Bill of Health is hosted by MA Art & Science student Lucy Chapman, inspired by her own experience of chronic illness, and features SICK magazine.


Always open and always free, the Window Galleries are located in the thoroughfare of the Central Saint Martins building in Granary Square

You can find further accessibility information on how to get to the Granary Building on AccessAble