How does multi-sensory approach lead to discovery of social inclusion and accessibility? What effect does the connectivity of sense of touch and inner voice have on the understanding of visual for people with and without sight? Social inclusion and accessibility always start with understanding the users. In this workshop we will explore and discover the complex relationship between ‘Touch’ and ‘Sound’. We will also discuss and explore the possibilities of tactile-visual vocabulary, ultimately transcends barriers of language, at the same time to allow the participants have a better understanding about the world of visually impairments and blindness.
Format: Short Lectures, Group Exercises, Case Sharing
Max Capacity: 20 people
1. Tickets on a first-come first-served basis