Seohye Lee is an audio-visual artist from South Korea, living and working in Berlin, Germany. Seohye uses the mediums of sound and illustration to experiment with new forms of narrative, creating playful pieces that challenge ideas of listening. Seohye is presenting "BSL" – a visual booklet of fingerspelling the British Sign Language (BSL) alphabet, printed by Berlin–based Riso studio We Make It. Through this publication, Seohye hopes to celebrate her deaf identity and celebrate her own independence from her hearing technology, while also raising awareness to the notion that language can be learned without hearing.
2pm Intro + Q&A – Music/Video Projection.
6pm Intro + Q&A – Music/Video Projection.
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