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Photos: UK/Canada workshops

Here are some images taken at our recent workshops in the UK and Canada in October/November 2019, starting with our launch with Drake Music at Graeae Theatre. Watch this space for videos and descriptions coming soon! With special thanks to Drake Music DMLab and Hampstead Music and Voice Studios in London, and MilieuxMake/Education Makers in…


Montreal workshop: Music + Access

What? Music + Access workshopWhen? Tuesday the 26th of November from 5:30 – 8:30pm (doors open at 5:00). Where? Participatory Media Cluster (1515 Ste.-Catherine West, EV 11.655)What you will do? Create a prototype of an accessible musical instrument to be played by two people.Who will facilitate? Charles Matthews (maker in residence at #MilieuxMake), Gift Tshuma…


Call for ideas: developing collaborative instruments

Can you imagine a musical instrument designed to be played by two people at the same time? How could it remove any barriers to making music that you experience? What kind of interesting restrictions could it create? Leave your suggestions for a collaborative instrument in the comments below, or send us a tweet at @blurtheBoundary…


London launch at DMLab 29th October

We are excited to announce that we will be launching as part of Drake Music’s next DMLab event on the 29th October. If you a Disabled artist involved in developing technology, movement, music, or theatre, we’d particularly like to meet you! This event is free. Please visit this link for event info and booking: DMLab…


Drake Music DMLab meeting August 2019

David Bobier and Charles Matthews recently attended Drake Music’s DMLab meeting in London UK, where they presented technology that translates sound to light and vibrations….


Guest post on the Bela.io blog

Charles Matthews has posted a discussion of music technology, accessibility, and the idea of “Disabled artist lead” to the Bela.io blog. In the post, he shares some of the approaches he has used while working with our key UK collaborators Drake Music, and gives a preview of some of the technology we plan to use in our workshops….


Introducing the project..

This is a cross-disciplinary project that brings rapid instrument prototyping to an integrated dance context, led by Disabled artists in the UK and Canada. Find out more in this post….