Feeling Sound, Performing Access, an immersive experience at Guelph Civic Museum
GUELPH, February 5, 2020: Bridging methods of art and communication, acclaimed artists Marla Hlady, Ellen Moffat and Gordon Monahan present a unique vibrotactile performance, curated by David Bobier, at the Civic Museum Friday, February 21 at 7 p.m.
Using haptic systems — belts, pillows and floors that vibrate — Feeling Sound, Performing Access invites the audience into an immersive experience that extends beyond sight and sound to touch and motion.
Through the performance, and the concurrent exhibition “VibraFusionLab: Bridging Practices in Accessibility, Art and Communications,” Guelph Museums aims to create accessible curated experiences for people of all abilities.
Tickets are available in advance at guelphmuseums.wpengine.com for $10 +HST
Guelph Civic Museum is located at 52 Norfolk Street. The building is physically accessible and the performance will have ASL Interpretation.
Feeling Sound, Performing Access is co-presented by Guelph Museums and VibraFusionLab with support from the Musagetes Fund through the Guelph Community Foundation.
VibraFusionLab: Bridging Practices in Accessibility, Art and Communications is on view until March 1.
For more information, visit guelphmuseums.wpengine.com.
Sarah Ball | Community Relations Coordinator | Guelph Museums
Public Services | City of Guelph
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