A sensory art exhibition for people of all abilities

BEYOND SIGHT, a multi-sensory art exhibition builds on and extends Katrin Terton’s creative practice.

 

Visitors will be able to explore the artworks through touch, sound, smell, sight and imagination.

 

This inclusive, interactive project makes the artist’s work accessible for people with no or low vision and at the same time intends to create awareness among the sighted population about vision-impairment.

 

The use of organic materials and found objects generate thoughts about our environment and the non-descriptive nature of the works invites individual imagination and interpretation.

 

The exhibition includes three different aspects: Katrin's artworks which can be experienced through various senses, an audio-visual piece where visitors have a chance to learn more about what it means to live without vision and an area where everyone can get involved in a creative process and contribute to a collaborative work which evolves throughout the course of the exhibition.

Tactile pieces in progress and working on Vislan translations with Geoffrey Munck.

Listen to Voices Beyond Sight - part of the audio-visual installation:

Download
Beyond Sight - Nambour exhibition report
A documentation of the process and outcome of this multi-sensory art exhibition project
BEYOND SIGHT images and reflections.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.0 MB

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