Woman in purple t shirt holding up a camera in front of her face, and pointing it at the person taking this photo. The background is mostly browns and creams; there is a TV on behind her.

Feeling at Home exhibition at Science Gallery London

We are excited to announce that the Feeling at Home project will be holding its exhibition next month in the Living Room, on the ground floor of Science Gallery London between 4th April and the 6th May 2023.

The exhibition is part of the Feeling at Home research study, funded by the National Institute of Health and Care Research’s School for Social Care Research.

We have used photovoice, a research method where people tell their stories, share their experiences, and work towards improving their lives through photography.

You can see the work of 19 photographers with learning disabilities from across Brighton and London. They met together in small groups to reflect on what helps them feel at home, and what gets in the way of this.

With Quiet Down There, they have curated this exhibition of their photographs and invite you to engage with these issues.

Join us at the Feeling at Home Celebration Event

We would also like to invite you to our Celebration Event on Wednesday 26th April 2023, between 1pm – 4.30pm at the exhibition space.

This is a chance to meet the photographers and learn more about the project.

The research team will present the findings of the project and share the Feeling at Home checklist and toolkit. These have been co-designed with staff and people living in group homes. They have been designed to help everyone work together to make people’s flats and houses places where they really feel at home.

You can book a free place at the Celebration Event on the Eventbrite page.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Two shopping trolleys, one purple and one pink next to each other on a wooden floor.

For more information about the project, please contact Katy Brickley on

Please note, the exhibition will be open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10.30am – 5.30pm.