Deafness is an invisible stigma. Deaf and hard of hearing people develop an invisible skin to ﬁt into the mainstream. This creative development event will explore and identify the art statement "Invisible skin" with references to loss and gain of identity, belonging and cultural acceptance.
Invisible Skin will be presented as a narrative performance artform with collaborative elements of physical theatre, Auslan, projected digital artworks, ﬁlm, text and music by Deaf performers concluding with Q & A . Audience are provided an insight into personal experiences shared by those who have experienced "invisible skin". Fully accessible .
This show is Auslan interpreted. The interpreter is Kirri Dangerfield.
Warning: Contains sustained loud noises, some infrequent/low pressure audience interaction
"Irene Holub’s works take the viewer deep into the language of symbolism, she is an artist of great technical prowess with unstoppable enthusiasm and energy.” - Lou Hall, Artist