Step inside a multi-sensory installation that simulates a rare neurological condition called synaesthesia, where sound and music are experienced as vivid colours.
Thursday 20 – Thursday 27 September
- Monday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
- Wednesday: 10am – 8pm
- Sunday: 11am – 4pm
What is Colourama and synaesthesia? Find out more on the Colourama website.
- Thomas Wilson is a Sheffield-based mixed-media producer
- Caroline Curwen is a PhD student at the University of Sheffield. Caroline’s PhD project is Music-colour synaesthesia: Concept, context and qualia
- Dr Renee Timmers is an academic in the Department of Music
- Ollie Allen is an award-winning furniture designer and maker
- Cal Lapugean is a custom electronics designer and proprietor of iRepair Stop
Image: a digital sketch from a Colourama project participant depicting what he sees when he hears the song Riptide by Vance Joy.