Soundscapes add to the landscapes of a visually impaired artist
tall, wild grass, green and gold in colour on a hill against a cloudy skyWith the help of Microsoft, Scottish landscape artist Keith Simon has added sound to his landscapes in an interactive format. As a user moves in front of his art, different audio tracks are played to further illustrate his work. He currently has three paintings that have been adapted to work with the soundscape environment.

Read more about Simon’s work in this article.

Have you visited an art installation where music or other sounds play a part in the experience? Share your thoughts in the comment section. 

Microsoft helps blind artist add soundscapes to his landscapes

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