Image courtesy Dolly Sen

Bethlem Gallery’s Mental Health & Justice Project

Led by artists. Collaborating with research. Engaging the public.

Read Bethlem Gallery’s Mental Health and Justice Report here.

“Art can highlight injustice. Art can give a voice to injustice. Art can mourn injustice, Art can welcome the rage of injustice, or could also show what justice looks like. And Art can celebrate justice.”

– Dolly Sen, Artist

“The specific research is all part of a greater push and pull that’s going on around these words of mental health and justice, which are very broad and mean a lot of different things to different people.”

– Lucy Owen, Producer

“The artists are perfectly comfortable with the art of the impossible question, right? And so that I have found to be a tremendously enriching collaboration.”

– Wayne Martin, Researcher

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