VIBE: The Art of Transatlantic Inclusion

David Bobier from the Vibrafusion Lab in Ontario leads a workshop at Vicarage Lane community centre in July 2017.

Saturday 1 December 2018 2-5pm: ‘VIBE: The Art of Transatlantic Inclusion’ A simultaneous symposium and exhibition about Together! 2012 CIC’s two-year tactile sound project with Concordia University, Vibrafusion Lab Ontario and Disabled artists in East London and Montréal. Tactile sound speakers including tabards, benches, cushions and balls that have been created by the artists will be used with video screens to display the work created. Presentations from the partners and from UK and Canadian artists will be made over the internet and streamed live to the project website.

Vibracushion created by Together! 2012 CIC artists.

Disabled artists from East London and Montréal have been connecting together across the  Atlantic for the past two years to explore tactile sound and create digital artworks. Vibrations, the Art of Transatlantic Inclusion is funded by the British Council in Canada through its UK: Québec Connections fund.

Vicarage Lane Community Centre, Govier Close, E15 4HW. 0207 420 4986. Nearest tube, overground and DLR stations: Stratford (fully accessible). Street parking.