SPILL: Imagined Touch

Imagined Touch is a sensorium created in collaboration with Deafblind artists Heather Lawson and Michelle Stevens. Exploring their profound experience of living in a world without sight or sound, this is an immersive installation where you will experience tactile communication.

Greeted by tactile sign guides, you will watch Deafblind performers introduce their world through a film. The tactile sign guides will give you headphones and goggles, guiding you into a large unseen space. With 360-degree projection, expect to lose your depth of field, seeing only a blur of white and black. Through feeling textures underfoot, running hands upon faceless silhouettes, hearing a distortion of sounds, you will experience the visceral; receiving tactile sign, social haptic communication and touch choreography.

Supported by Able Australia, Arts Access Victoria, Australia Council, Besen Foundation, Pratt Foundation, City of Melbourne, Auspicious Arts.

TICKETS AND PASSES FOR SPILL FESTIVAL CAN BE PURCHASED FROM OUR FRIENDS AT THE NEW WOLSEY THEATRE FROM JULY 11. VISIT SPILLFESTIVAL.COM OR CALL 01473 295900.

Booking Information

Dates and Times

Wednesday 31 October – Friday 2 November
2.00 – 4.00pm
6.00 – 8.00pm

Saturday 3 November
12.00 – 4.00pm

Ticket Price
Age Suitability

Age suitability 12+ years

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