Voices of Recovery (Edinburgh 2010) is a collaborative installation at the Lothians & Edinburgh Abstinence Programme LEAP quasi-residential NHS drug and alcohol treatment programme in Edinburgh. It was inspired by the British Design Classics stamps issued by the Royal Mail in 2009.
Patients were asked to sketch their best (1st class) and worst (2nd class) experiences, services or objects. These were later colourised and mounted to Kappa board for hanging in the treatment centre where they form a permanent display as a testament to the patients and staff of LEAP. The installation moved with the treatment centre and was rehung in 2014.
|Sharman, I. 2016. Voices of Recovery. [online] Ian Sharman Archive. . Available at: <> [Accessed ].|