DYSPLA, Two Women
New Street Station 3:30pm, Private Bus Route (Stop MS10) 5pm
Two Women is a VR experience set on a train, which in a flash of a daydream, explores how barriers in society block the intuitive desire to connect with one another.
Commuters are probably familiar with seeing the usual couples and having crushes on randomers. But the 2018 National LGBT Survey revealed that 68% of Britain’s gay community avoid openly holding hands with a partner in public for fear of a negative reaction from others.
DYSPLA are award-winning neurodivergent artists exploring the neurodivergent aesthetic. Having just won ‘Best Artist Film’ at the Aesthetica Film Festival 2018, DYSPLA are now in post-production of their first VR film to be screened at ‘BAME & BEYOND’ in London.