Thompson Hall and Nnena Kalu: Kaleidoscopic Realms

ActionSpace artists Thompson Hall and Nnena Kalu exhibit in the group exhibition Kaleidoscopic Realms

10 am – 5 pm
General admission: £15. Book here
Nottingham Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Lenton Road, Nottingham, England, NG1 6EL

ActionSpace artists Thompson Hall and Nnena Kalu are exhibiting a series of works in the group exhibition Kaleidoscopic Realms. The exhibition presents an installation of artworks by eight contemporary artists revealing a colourful insight into intuitive mark-marking in its many forms, alongside films made about the artists and their practice. Exhibiting artists include Siddharth Gadiyar, James Gladwell, Thompson Hall, Richard Hunt, Nnena Kalu, Cameron Morgan, Michelle Roberts, and Leslie Thompson.

Co-curated by Jennifer Gilbert of Jennifer Lauren Gallery and artist Christopher Samuel, Kaleidoscopic Realms was born out of project SHIFT, from Jennifer, which exists to give recognition and to amplify the visibility, voices and works of UK-based neurodivergent and learning disabled visual artists within contemporary art.

Access: Please visit the museum website for access information.

This is a paid entry exhibition – please contact Jennifer via email if this is going to be a barrier for you:


Creative workshop with Thompson Hall

Saturday 14 September, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

As part of the exhibition, Thompson Hall will lead a workshop inspired by the themes presented in his Social Mobility Painting Series, which are included in the show.

A full programme of talks, tours and workshops accompanies the exhibition. Find out more about all of the events


The films below were made for SHIFT, created by Jennifer Gilbert, in 2020.


Installation photos: Kaleidoscopic Realms at Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery. Photo credit: John Hartley

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