WHAT IS A CROSSMODAL GATHERING?
Crossmodal Gatherings are a space to discuss ideas in their early stages and showcase works and performance related to Crossmodalism. The setting is an informal, open forum oriented towards experimentation and collaboration. Anyone interested in attending is invited to showcase, comment, collaborate or just learn.
They are free of charge and happen on a monthly basis at The Proud Archivist, as part of an ongoing partnership between the Crossmodalists and the Venue.
Examples of presentations at previous gatherings include:
A perfume and music design workshop by Nadjib Achaibou.
A sensory experience designed to hone all senses into one stimulus by Charles Michel
A demonstration and discussion on tactile fabrics and textile by Sagarika Sundaram
A talk on cellular agriculture by scientist Abi Glencross
A recreation of Across the Unseen Sea; immersive dining and film experience by Tereza Stehlikova
A perfume and musical meditation on Steve Reich's 'Come Out' (1966) by Chris Lloyd.