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Museum of Imagined Touch- The Deafblind Live Art project
10 Dec 2014
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"Museum of Imagined Touch” is a multi-sensory live arts performance project exploring the fascinating world of Deafblind culture with its own tactile sign language, unique relationship to the senses, space and navigation of the world. This project is a national first of this scale, centred around an outstanding collaboration with two Deafblind women, Heather Lawson, a puppeteer and Michelle Stevens, a pianist. This has been in development since 2013 and will be presented live to the public in 2016.

This project focuses on the women's stories living with this dual sensory loss and what they believe to be the most important human sense: That being: human touch.


Presented by Jodee Mundy Collaborations this project has been funded by the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts Victoria and supported by the City of Melbourne. Project partners include: Arts House, Polyglot Theatre, Frankston Arts Centre, Able Australia, Arts Access Victoria, St Pauls Cathedral and Auspicious Projects

This has a research report published by Jodee Mundy Collaborations and written by Dr Ricci Jane Adams, " Inclusion is a Myth"

See the link for this report


and a documentary following this project.
community cultural development deafblind disability inclusive arts practice independent artists Jodee Mundy Collaborations live art
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