Dreaming the Silence II: Audio-visual installation

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    Dreaming the Silence II is an audio-visual installation interrogating representation of deafness and tinnitus and disability, and develops work begun by Newall and Lauke in There Must Be Silence, In The Museum of Lost Sounds, Dreaming the Silence I. Dreaming the Silence II consisted of a projection onto several long scrim projection screens for three dimensional projection, and the sound was delivered by headphones for up to four audience members at a time. It was presented in the Disability Arts Festival, Pound Arts, Corsham, Wiltshire, June 2014.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2014


    • tinnitus
    • deafness
    • installation
    • kinetic typography
    • headphones


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