AUDIOVISABILITY - where music and visual arts meet
Complete works exhibited at the
The Lighthouse, Wolverhampton, 1 - 21st May 2017
Open to the public
Deaffest weekend - 12 - 14th May 2017
PREVIOUS AUDIOVISABILITY WORKS:
The Arabic British Centre
7th - 31st March
1 Gough Square,
Arlington Arts Centre
28th November - 28th January 2017
Dean Clough Gallery, Halifax
The Forte Ensemble performs the Amsden's Yorkshire Suite as part of the MATD xmas event
10th December 2016
Audiovisability is a ‘visual music’ art form. The project explores various aspects of music from the perspectives of deaf and hearing artists, with a particular focus on capturing visual information of music.
The majority of the works in this website unveils the talents of 16 British Deaf artists across a number of disciplines including photography, film-making, sculpting, acting, textiles, Sign Language, live music and musical compositions. It leads the spectator through a thoughtful and deeply integrated arts experience, portraying music in a visually compelling and refreshingly humanistic way.