The Apocalypse Reading Room: Audio Description
Ama Josephine Budge
The Apocalypse Reading Room is an installation by speculative writer and artist Ama Josephine Budge: an on-site library, a world of talking stories in the face of environmental and social transformation, a gathering of all the books we might need to change the end of the world…
The Apocalypse Reading Room transforms a public arts space into a post-apocalyptic library installation filled with books for all ages, exploring ways to build, transform, rethink, rewrite and reimagine our futures. The Apocalypse Reading Room is activated by two artists, Lateisha Davine Lovelace-Hanson and Mohammed Z Rahman, who have been selected for a three-month residency programme at Artsadmin’s home, Toynbee Studios.
You can explore the reading room in person at Toynbee Studios from 1 July – 30 September 2021 when the library is installed in the Arts Bar & Cafe.
Listen to the audio description on your own device with your own headphones, or on an ipad in the Apocalypse Reading Room which is available behind the bar.
Audio Description by Dot Alma, a queer audio describer, access worker and performer. They originally trained in audio description with Quiplash back in July 2019, and has since worked across a variety of projects and organisations, including LADs, Queer House Party, The Scottish Queer International Film Festival, Jess Thom’s Triple Celebration, The Raze Collective, Butch Archives, And The Rebel Dykes Art and Archive show.
With thanks to Quiplash.
Date and time
1–30 September 2021
This is now a past event.
28 Commercial Street
London, E1 6AB
Tel: 020 7247 5102
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