DYSPLA, Two Women
Private Bus Route
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. Two Women is a VR experience set on a bus, which in a flash of a daydream, explores how barriers in society block the intuitive desire to connect with one another.
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.