A free exhibition exploring the emotions that resonate in the voice, examines vocal tracts and delves into how the voice can be changed with treatment and training.
Participating artists and vocalists include Joan La Barbara, Marcus Coats, Matthew Herbet and Imogen Stidworthy. Some additional events are ticketed, see the Wellcome Collection website for details and opening times.
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