Stefania joined Bittersuite back in 2015 and took part in the following productions:
Sensibility Festival is a unique arts installation that has been co-curated by 60 participants with complex communication needs. Together with local artists they have been exploring dynamic ways to develop accessible and multisensory arts practice. The festival challenges conventions of established art making methods and provides experimental art opportunities that nurture and inspire creative practices.
As part of the work that has been created Interpreters (Deafblind and BSL), captioning and audio description are embedded throughout the festival.
Sensibility has been co-produced by mac, Sense Arts and co-directed by Graeae Theatre Company and Steph Singer (BitterSuite/Open Senses Festival).
A fully immersive, multi-sensory concert inspired by composer Leos Janacek’s ‘String Quartet no.1’; An evocative and exhilarating exploration of Leos Janacek’s String Quartet No.1 (1923). collaboration between BitterSuite, composer Fred Thomas and poet Kayo Chingonyi, All played live by The Phaedra Ensemble
DEBUSSY’S QUARTET IN G
“Experience Debussy’s bewilderingly colourful quartet like never before; through taste, touch, smell and movement. Performed by the The Phaedra Ensemble with the touch of BitterSuite.
THE SENSORY SCORE
A kaleidoscopic sensory experience with music from Auclair, tastes from Adam Thomason, perfumes from Sarah McCartney. Originally commissioned for Nesta’s FutureFest. All played live by The Phaedra Ensemble
BITTERSUITE IS PIONEERING A NEW WAY TO LISTEN TO MUSIC THROUGH ALL THE SENSES. WHEN YOU EXPERIENCE BITTERSUITE, YOU DON’T JUST LISTEN THROUGH YOUR EARS- YOU FEEL IT WITH YOUR SKIN, TASTE THE RICH HARMONIES, AND SMELL THE TONALITY.
If you live on the other side of the world, we might get there eventually, but for now you can watch this TED talk where Steph gives an insight about the work and how is made. Enjoy.