an interactive touch-and-listen experience using old-school and new technologies (2019)
made with electroconductive thread, linen and silk fibres, electronics, loom. spoken word audio recording.
Each figure on the tapestry is connected to one of eight chapters of an audio story, that the audience can play in order or randomly.
The Tactile Tapestry was displayed at FutureFest by Nesta at the Barbican, London 2019.
The piece builds on research and technology developed by Allesia Milo, published at https://auralcharacter.wordpress.com/aural-fabric
The piece was been developed with support by Tim Olden, John Wild and JamieMaule.
Above: At the event FutureFest Late by Nesta: The Future of Storytelling, October 24th, 2019 at the Barbican Conservatory (UK).
Photos by Dr Dylan Yamada-Rice.