Enter an immersive, interactive multi-sensory installation artwork.
Perception Together takes inspiration from synaesthesia. This is the phenomenon of distinct senses intersecting, for example seeing music or hearing colours.
The installation combines audio and visuals in a synaesthetic experience. Its content is crowdsourced, generated from artwork submitted by Nottingham residents. The artists have invited local people to get out into green spaces, get creative and share their work. Will you see your submission?
Soundtracked by a soundscape that you can contribute to, drop in and become a living part of this unique exhibition.
This exhibition is the result of a bursary awarded through City Arts RESIDENCE project.
If you haven’t submitted artwork in advance, you can join in on the day!
Grab an art pack and sit in the City Arts courtyard garden. Or take a walk down to Victoria or King Edwards Park. Your work will be captured, edited and added to the artwork before your eyes.
About the artists
Hannah’s work values the creative process as an experience for participants. It explores the parallels between appreciating of nature and artistic self-expression. Safeguarding and accessibility are central to her practice. This project allows her to combine an interest in collaborative technology-based art and her spiritual connection to nature.
Callum is interested in creating using technology to develop memorable exhibits & learning experiences. His work involves collaborating with artists to augment their art with technology. He designs, develops and exhibits playful digital experiences. His work bridges the gap between the digital and the physical. Previous projects range from immersive exhibitions to creative skills workshops, amongst other unique digital experiences.
Meridith’s work often explores the role of creativity in wellbeing. As a workshop leader she guides people towards using art as a language. Her own creations often focuses on self-expression and identity. Perception Together gives Meridith the space to explore the idea of translating experience into visual images. This idea plays an important role in arts and health, a field she has worked in for many years.