A commission from Artlink Edinburgh & The Lothians to contribute to a collaborative project involving artists and visually impaired participants. The project combined poetry, sound and objects to create and present an audio description of the gallery spaces at the Talbot Rice Gallery in Edinburgh. Participants worked with poet Ken Cockburn to develop  the descriptive poem, Pandoars Light Box, describing the three distinctive spaces of the Talbot Rice Gallery.  Sound Artists Martin Parker and Jung In Jung devised a means of incorporating the poem into a sound instillation. Working with participants I developed a set of three ceramic forms to house the instillation. Designer and engineer Ronnie Watt resolved and produced the casing and fixings for the instillation. The project was co ordinated and managed by Susan Humble, Artlink Audience Development Officer. The work is permanently installed in The Talbot Rice Gallery. A publication by Artlink entitled Explorations in Participation documents this work as part of a wider project aiming to examine the experiences of older people in the arts and to create new opportunities for meaningful participation