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Dialogue in Silence - an Exhibition about non-verbal Communication

"Dialogue in Silence" Exhibitions invite visitors to a completely soundless world. In small groups, visitors are led through a soundproof exhibition venue by deaf guides. Contact us today to find out more!

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The "Dialogue in Silence" concept reverses roles by tearing hearing people out of their social routines and familiar reception and judgement patterns. They discover a repertoire of non-verbal expression that enables them to communicate creatively through mimic, gesture and body language. The deaf and hearing impaired guides and trainers, who by virtue of their experience and their expertise in sign language are experts in non-verbal communication, change the mindset of visitors and thus become ambassadors of a soundless world which is no way poorer – but different.

 

»Dialogue in Silence« is not an installation simulating deafness -on the contrary: It serves as a platform for encounters between hearing and non-hearing people, advancing the overcoming of barriers between "us" and "them". The scenario can be found here

Floor area

550-700m²
Language(s)
German
Hebrew
Turkish
For sale

Setup time

5.0days

Dismantling time

3.0days

Other technical information

The exhibition can be individually adapted to your venue and language. The price depends on the size, the amount of consultation needed and the length of the exhibition. Please contact us for a detailled offer.
Contact

Orna
Cohen

Telephone

+49 40 309 634 68

Mobile

+33 6 82 86 76 45

Email

Keywords

  • interactive

Member

Dialogue Social Enterprise GmbH

Dialogue Social Enterprise is a social enterprise operating worldwide. Our mission is to facilitate social inclusion of disabled, disadvantaged and elderly people on a global basis. Disability is a rising issue and demographic change is considered to be a megatrend. The number of people with disability is growing due to an aging population and an increase in chronic illnesses related to higher life cycle expectancies.

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