Monthly Archives: August 2014

British Folk Art Exhibition: Tate Britain

Lack of an integrated approach I visited the British Folk Art exhibition at Tate Britain yesterday and, like the curate’s egg, I found the exhibition was good in parts. (Closes today: moves to Compton Verney, Warwickshire, next month.) There were some truly amazing … Continue reading

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Good vibrations

Hearing through your feet . . .  We deaf people become attuned to vibrations: sound filters into our universe through feet and fingers, and through the medium of plastic water bottles. It can be a difficult concept for hearing people … Continue reading

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