People living with breathlessness find their experience hard to describe to others. The aim of this project was to make an exhibition to show the public what it is like living with breathlessness.
The second part of this project was funded by the University of Hull and involved the creation of a multimedia exhibition on the experience of living with breathlessness, to be exhibited at several sites in Hull and the East Riding. The exhibition has been supported by NHS Hull CCG. For more information see here and read our blogs for the British Lung Foundation, British Journal of General Practice and the European Association for Palliative Care.
About the project
Funder: Hull City of Culture 2017 / Wellcome Trust
Time frame: 2017: Completed
Funder: University of Hull
Time frame: March-July 2019
Contact for more details: Professor Miriam Johnson and Dr Ann Hutchinson
The first part of this project involved workshops funded by Hull City of Culture 2017 and the Wellcome Trust which brought together local people with chronic breathlessness and a Hull-based photographic artist to create the ideas for a public photographic exhibition showing what it’s like living with breathlessness in Hull; “bringing breathlessness into view”.
Two workshops were held with 29 attendees. Participants were interested in the idea of the exhibition and had much to contribute to its design. Participants also suggested venues for the exhibition and what to include alongside the photographic exhibition.
The second part of this project is funded by the University of Hull and will involve the creation of a multimedia exhibition on the experience of living with breathlessness, to be exhibited at several sites in Hull and also displayed on the websites of Hull York Medical School, NHS CCG and the British Lung Foundation.
Visit the Bringing Breathlessness into View exhibition page