From Jellyfish to Japanese Fans – over the last year I have been working on a sound journey exploring the theme of ‘movement’.
Working with the Royal Albert Memorial Museum and local disabled people, this journey allows visitors to access the Museum’s collection in an innovative and interesting way.
“We really enjoyed the musical aspect of the finished work, it really engaged lots of the participants. They focused on the sounds that they were hearing and enjoyed this as a new layer to their experience in the gallery spaces.”Diana Cole, CEDA Co-Director
“I like this now.” Comment from a member of Pelican Project about how his experience of the museum has changed while listening to Sound Journey.Pelican project, participant
“We were delighted to support the Sound Journey project. The Trustees felt that the involvement of many well respected local disability charities created an exciting and innovative guide to the museum, embracing the importance of the visits being more accessible, engaging and also very enjoyable for everyone.”The Clare Milne Trust