An Immersive Audio-Visual Installation from ART/DATA/HEALTH in Collaboration with Oasis Project
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An immersive audio-visual installation by artists Oscar Romp, Alison Cotton and 7000 Trees, working with Oasis Project (www.oasisproject.org.uk), a Sussex-based service supporting women and families affected by substance misuse.
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Using public health data around drug-related deaths, the piece explores ways to tell human stories and invites audiences to think about well being. It is commissioned by the University of Brighton research project ART/DATA/HEALTH: data as creative material for health and well being, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council Leadership Fellowship.