Two people sit with their backs to the camera in a dark room. Against the wall, two sculptures that look like frogs heads turned into helmets are lit up, one in blue and the other in green. On the far wall a film is projected, showing a yellow figure dressed like a scorpion and a pink figure dressed like a bat.

Sensory Tour: Naomi Rincón Gallardo

Market Road

12 February 2024
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Free, Limited spaces.
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Exhibition tour for adults with sensory processing/perception conditions.


This tour is designed for adults with sensory processing or perception conditions, to give an overview of the work in the Artes Mundi 10 exhibition. This includes neurodivergent people and people living with dementia. The relaxed tour will be delivered by a trained Engagement Producer and will provide an introduction to the work at Chapter, its context and the Artist’s practice.


We aim to provide a welcoming and supportive environment with adjustments to light and sound levels in the gallery space. Some ear defenders and fidget toys will be available however visitors are encouraged to bring their own as required. We also advise visitors bring their own eyewear as light in the gallery spaces can be either very bright or quite dark. The tour will include additional time and space for discussion and reflection.


Spaces are limited and we will have additional staff available to welcome and assist on the day.


If you would like to request any access support or to contact us with any questions, please email


Please note, some films in this exhibition contain:


  • Flashing lights and may not be suitable for people with photo-sensitive epilepsy
  • Content which may not be appropriate for children under 12
  • Occasional loud noises


About the Artist:


Naomi Rincón Gallardo is a visual artist and researcher currently living and working in Mexico. Her work explores identity, mythology, history, fiction, festivities, crafts, theatre games and popular music. Her exhibition at Chapter consists of films, drawings and animatronics that tell new stories of imagined worlds incorporating feminist and queer perspectives