Lockdown stories of learning disabled artists transformed into sound walk by theatre company 

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A local East London theatre company has set up a free audio exhibition exploring the changes and challenges the learning disabled community have had to face during lockdown. Helen Bryer and Adam Smith co-directors of the 90-minute exhibition  ‘Still here’ set up the immersive project back in September.   The project is a sound walk with eight stops each lasting around five to 10 minutes, with every break displaying the events poster and QR code. The simple use of a camera on your smartphone can scan the code and access each audio recording and sound. The choice of video caption

Source: Lockdown stories of learning disabled artists transformed into sound walk by theatre company | Eastlondonlines

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Andrew is the founder of the Museum of Walking, created to bring people together and to make and showcase walking pieces and performances. Andrew also is a podcaster, interviewing creative people who use walking as a catalyst for their practice. Talking Wa...

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