No Such Thing as Empty Space is an immersive sound project which creatively explores the extremes, deficits and vagaries of auditory and haptic perception. The intention being not merely to recreate aspects of the deafblind experience, but to shed light on the intricacies of human perception in general.

As part of the project Matt worked with over 100 deafblind individuals to create a project that toured to Metal Peterborough, Metal Southend and MK Gallery

Commissioned through national deafblind charity Sense

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