TouchScreen: Rethinking Perception through Sight and Skin

Touch and the Perception of Sensory Loss Workshop

Sat 21 May 2022

Tickets no longer available
Wheelchair accessible

Wheelchair accessible

A blurred silhouette of a person seen through an opaque glass wall, their head and hand visible as they touch the pane.

Altering Perception

What can sensory loss tell us about how we perceive ourselves and the world around us?

How can the interaction between art and technology help us see differently?

Join Deafblind Scotland’s Participation & Training Officer, John Whitfield, for an interactive workshop informed by the perceptive experiences and capacities of Scotland’s deafblind community.

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.

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Details

Event Type

Workshop

Location

Clubroom

Time

3:30pm — 5:30pm

Ages

12+

Ticketing

Free but ticketed

Accessibility

Wheelchair accessible

Tickets no longer available

Additional info:

Please contact arts-events@glasgow.ac.uk at time of booking with your access needs.