Tonotopia: Public engagement activities

List of public engagement activities (evidences the dissemination of the work through public engagement).

Regular tours are being given by Tlalim to deaf, hearing impaired and visually impaired people:

  • V&A Lunchtime lecture: Co-Designing Sound Art with Cochleae Implant Users 29 Mar 2017
  • V&A public talk – CreateInsights: Experiments with Sound 19 May 2017
  • Public lecture and workshop: Tonotopia: Sound Art for Cochlear Implants. Violence of Inscriptions #4 HAU HEBBEL, Berlin: 15-16 Jun, 2018
  • Tonotopia: Opening Gala / Private Viewing at the V&A (120 attendees) 12 Oct, 2018 
  • Industry event panel, Hearing Futures 16 Oct, 2018 in collaboration with Imperial College, London (175 attendees)
  • Private Viewing for Andrew Miller, UK Government Disability Champion, Arts & Culture 13 Oct, 2018 (7 attendees)
  • Invited public lecture: The Politics of Composition, HZT – Universitat der Kunste Berlin, 7 Nov 2018
  • Private Viewing for Sarah Newton MP, Minister for Disabled People 30 Nov, 2018
  • Interview, Tontopia, BBC Radio 3, In Tune, 12 Feb, 2019
  • Site-specific sound installation / intervention in the Tonotopia display, Phantom Resonances, V&A Friday Late, 22 Feb, 2019
  • Private Viewing of the Tonotopia display for Major Donors to the charity Action on Hearing Loss 27 Feb 2019
  • Invited public lecture, Tonotopia: Listening Through a Digital Ear, Goldsmiths Unit for Sound Practice Research 29 Feb 2019
  • Public Talk, Tonotopia: Listening Through Cochlear Implants, Faculty of Arts Research Seminars, University of Winchester April 4 2019
  • Public Talk and Panel: Ambivalent Moves: body-centered technologies and their artistic articulations, Claiming Common Spaces II: Art and Digital Life, Tanzhaus Düsseldorf, 24 May, 2019
  • Invited talk: Tonotopia: Listening Through a Digital Ear, Symposium: Technologies of Gender Symposium, the Winchester School of Art, 5 June 2019
  • Invited talk: Tonotopia: Listening Through a Digital Ear, Sounding the Archive, The Wellcome Collection, 28 June, 2019.
  • Talk and panel: Curating