Interactive Exhibition: The Hidden Project

Brighton Dome will be hosting The Hubbub’s art exhibition: Hidden Project, this Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th July from 11am to 5pm. Supported by the Arts Council England, Big Lottery Fun and The Betty Messenger Foundation, this challenging, enlightening, and interactive artistic installation aims to give invisible disabilities a voice and to bring to light an everyday struggle that affects so many of us.

The Hidden Project is about understanding how it feels to navigate and process the world with a hidden disability, such as ME (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), Depression, Anxiety and Autism. It’s a community-based project created by the people, for the people, and is centered on understanding the experiences of those who live with such illnesses.

Created by a group of artists living with these invisible disabilities, this collaborative, community focused project showcases their discoveries and experiences. It is designed to help the community better understand what it is like living with this type of disability, with the purpose of making our society more integrated and inclusive.

From sound installations to the quiet, safe space of the Den, including video, two-dimensional art, storyboarding, and interactive sculpture; visitors are invited to experience The Hubbub with all your senses – to touch, talk, think, and feel throughout the work. There will also be open, hosted conversations around the installation from midday until 4pm, and the creative minds behind Hidden Project will be onsite.

Head over to The Founders Room at The Brighton Dome on 8th and 9th July for this highly intimate, interesting and stimulating artistic installation.

Brighton Dome is at Church Street, Brighton BN1 1UE

www.brightondome.org/event/14400/the_hubbub/

 

 

 

 

 

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