Audiovisability in collaboration with Signly, Signly delivers smart British Sign Language (BSL) signed content directly to the user’s mobile device.

This was seen as a breakthrough to awareness and a fully inclusive way of drawing in even more sign language users to understanding the complexities of music terminology at concerts/exhibitions/galleries

It is free to download!

How to use:
Download app from the app store – go to Signly – The Unheard World and download. When you see a sign post you scan across the code and a signing person will appear.

Signly offers BSL context to welcome visitors to the exhibition, explaining what Audiovisability is, as well as about the concert programme in British Sign language.

For Stories of Syria and Belonging, both music composed by Waseem Kotoub, Sign Language performer became an integral part of being one of the musicians as she communicated in sign language about the relationship with sound, melodies, mood, shape and form.  Ruth Montgomery and Eloise Garland (both music reading to english translation) worked very closely with Waseem Kotoub to understand what his thoughts were when composing and performing the music bar-by-bar.

So preserve the work, Nadia fits in the score as shown below.