Dutch museum fills ‘Blind Spot’ with exhibit for visually impaired.
Utrecht Central Museum launched a very special project by Jasper Udink ten Cate and Jeroen Prins this month to make artworks more accessible and enjoyable for the visually impaired.
BBC news mentioned the project! Check here.
The exhibit recreates existing paintings but with extra dimensions combined different senses, such as sound and smell – including the aroma of ripe cheese. And for once, people are allowed to touch.
We are thrilled to have filled the auditory sense in this experience with music, sound design and 3D narrative audio.
Next up is Milan, Masterly Exhibit, Dutch pavilion 5 - 10 September