Interactive Harmony

Dignan, A. and Emadi, A. (2020) Interactive Harmony. [Exhibitions]

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Interactive Harmony is a multi-sensory curation of photographs from around the world produced by deafblind artist Anne Dignan. The artist was drawn to the tactile nature of each object depicted in the photographs. Interactive Harmony was originally exhibited in an all-inclusive manner to evoke a reaction and understand despite disabilities. Each photograph was accompanied by a tactile image created by outlining the object on swell paper and then etching using specialist graphite pens. An embosser raised the lines to enable a tactile interpretation of each image. A narrative for each photograph was produced in accessible formats for all to experience: audio description, braille, large print. Photographs were then curated and edited into the video by Azadeh Emadi.

Item Type:Exhibitions
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Emadi, Dr Azadeh
Authors: Dignan, A., and Emadi, A.
College/School:College of Arts > School of Culture and Creative Arts > Theatre Film and TV Studies
Published Online:12 November 2020

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