ASMR Late Event
All the Feels: After Hours
An evening exploring new modes of listening. Meditate on music, unpack internet identities and learn how technology is pushing the boundaries of ASMR with creative computing artist and educator Jazmine Morris, sound engineer and ASMR researcher Clau Nader and artist Julie Rose Bower.
ASMR has proved a surprising phenomenon, and its popularity is symbolic of the integral role digital culture plays in our lives. In a dedicated after-hours opening, our collaborators will explore what ASMR reveals about how we express ourselves, find intimacy, manage loneliness, and navigate mental health in the digital sphere.
Visitors will have exclusive access to the exhibition through a combined ticket offer, as well as enjoy discussions, and immersive experiences throughout the museum. There will be a screening of exclusive video content developed in collaboration with NOWNESS and Caring Whispers ASMR.
Explore our internet identities through conversations between artists, researchers and academics. Artist and sound designer Julie Rose Bower, featured in the exhibition, will discuss internet identities with creative computing lecturer Jazmin Morris. Researcher Clau Nader will share the potential mental health benefits of ASMR.
Refreshments will be available at the bar including soft drinks, alcoholic drinks and snacks.
Adult: Event £12, Event + Exhibition £20
Student/Concession: £10, Event + Exhibition £15.70
Members: £9, Exhibition Free
A limited number of tickets are available through our Emerging Designers Access Scheme. If you are an emerging designer and facing financial barriers to attend, please register here.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Visit our terms & conditions page for further information.
Nader is a social justice advocate who focuses their work in support of diversity, accessibility, and sustainability. Nader is an audio engineer specialised in immersive sound design for film, TV, audio-visual media installations with work featured in numerous festivals around the world. Nader’s doctoral research focuses on the effects of sound immersion in ASMR-inducing media and its use as potential psychosocial interventions for mental health in young people.
Morris is a Creative Computing Artist and Educator based in London. Her personal practice and research explore representation and inclusivity within technology. She uses free and open-source tools to create digital experiences that highlight issues surrounding gender identity, race and power. Morris is the Lead Digital Tutor on the Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins and a Lecturer in Digital Outreach at the Creative Computing Institute.
Background image: ASMR Exhibition Photographed by Ed Reeve.