A Conversation Without Words was a participative project that took the form of an artist-in-residence working with older people living in a Continuing Care Ward in the Mansionhouse Unit, Victoria Infirmary, Glasgow. The residency took place between March - August 2006 and was hosted by
photograph: "a view from my window" by Alice Shambrook
Participants made sound recordings on a "sound walk" around the hospital, took digital photographs, made a "sound poem", made videos and stop frame animation. Some also took part in some sessions exploring the expressive qualities of improvised movement working with choreographer,
I made a set of "sound objects" which when moved controlled sound. These used
Several session were held with the sound objects, participants and the choreographer.
photographs: Pete Dibdin
A Conversation Without Words
March - August 2006
a participative project working with older people living in hospital, during a Partners residency with Art in Hospital.