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This A5 book contextualises each window made for the exhibition, titled There is No Door, yet There are Many Windows, created by Georgia Crowther, showcasing the perspectives of residents from Vale House, a dementia specialist care home.


The title of the exhibition is based on a comment made by a resident while they were making art. For Georgia, it became a metaphor: there is no door to escape dementia but there are still windows, offering glints of nostalgia and empowerment. Her work dissects art as a transformative tool to present new models for creativity across healthcare settings.


For this exhibition, funded by the Arts Council England, each resident at Vale House designed a personalised window reflecting their life, interests, and their current reality. This book and the wider project is a platform to celebrate the perspectives of people with dementia, and to demonstrate their ability to experience lucidity, creativity and fulfilment.


Together, the varying windows represents a home and becomes a metaphor for a community shaped by different outlooks.

There is No Door, yet There are Many Windows Publication

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