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Multisensory Museum: Shivani Gulati

A painting of a large open field made from small green, black and yellow strokes of paint. A dark storm appears above the field, moving forward the foreground. A series of small fences can be seen in the field, lining each section of crops.

Carl Fellman Schaefer. Storm over the Fields, 1937. oil on canvas, Overall: 68.6 x 94.6 cm. Gift from J.S. McLean, Canadian Fund, 1954. © Estate of Carl Schaefer 53/51

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Multisensory Museum: Shivani Gulati

Friday June 4 at 11 am
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How can artists and designers create more multisensory experiences? OCADU Graduate Students in response to an Inclusive Design Multisensory Museum Course share their co-creative process of translating artworks in the AGO collection into multisensory objects. Students explore a wide variety of techniques to create an inclusive gallery experience in a series of Multisensory Museum Moments.

In this program, Shivani Gulati presents a multisensory translation of Storm over the Fields by Carl Schaefer (1937). She aims to have an accessible immersive experience for all the guests. To showcase her idea, Shivani will share a prototype of an immersive space using grass, mud and rubble. She will describe the journey and invite you to enjoy sound, smell, and texture elements that enhance the multi-sensory experience.

Shivani is pictured in this photo. She smiles, staring into the camera. She wears a vertical stripe shirt with pink, blue and white lines. She is pictured with long brown curly hair and thin wireframe glasses.

 

Shivani Gulati (she/her) is an Industrial designer from Mumbai, India. Currently in her first year of Inclusive Design at OCAD University. She believes in creating more inclusive and accessible space and products for all.

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