Invisible Music: an immersive and contemporary digital meditation on disability
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About The Event
We’re thrilled to be sharing with you the exciting new digital feature, Invisible Music, from acclaimed company Platform 4, offering a thought-provoking and intimate meditation on the impact of hearing loss. The film will be available to stream online from Wednesday 15th July 8pm BST.
An experimental new musical journey from Pete Flood (Bellowhead’s arranger and composer) with striking projections by digital artist Barret Hodgson (Fatboy Slim; Motionhouse), Invisible Music is a captivating and reflective journey, navigating the emotions and sensations of being hard of hearing.
“...at concerts, violinists and flautists sway in mime, rapt to the sound of invisible music. Listening I hear differently”.
What happens when the soundtrack to your life starts to change?
With a routine trip to Sainsbury’s becoming an exercise in the surreal, and everyday experiences proving abnormal and out of your control, participants can journey across the mesmerising soundscape and experience life behind the impairment – helping to raise awareness for the 12 million individuals in the UK with hearing difficulties.
Whether you, or someone you know is experiencing hearing loss, or maybe you’re looking for a new cultural experience, Invisible Music is a beautiful contemporary art installation for the senses waiting to be explored.
The film has been made accessible to all with the use of subtitles.
We really hope you tune in for this unforgettable journey. Plug in, zone out, and enjoy.