TouchScreen: Rethinking Perception through Sight and Skin
Against the Skin Screening
Sat 21 May 2022
An assemblage of short films which explore d/Deafness and blindness through various modes of social and historical perspectives. Different film techniques, perspectives, and narratives question how different sensory abilities are perceived, the nature of accessibility, and what it means to ‘fix’ another body.
TouchScreen: Rethinking Perception through Sight and Skin (18-21 May)
Part of a programme of exhibitions, screenings, artist talks, and workshops exploring sense perception as our common ground for experiencing the world. Co-hosted by the University of Glasgow, in partnership with Deafblind Scotland, LUX Scotland, and the Centre for Contemporary Arts.
Part of TouchScreen: Rethinking Perception through Sight and Skin