Chailey Heritage Digital Arts Project  
Photograph of Dad by Ruth. Photograph of favourite teddy by Chris. Photograph of pink knitted fragment by Addi. Ruth proudly exhibiting her work.

The Chailey Heritage project was an 18 month project to enable young adults with severe physical disabilities, to produce digital art independently. The project aimed to look at ways of creating digital images using innovative adaptive interfaces for digital equipment.

Malcolm was the lead artist on the project with Kate Adams and David Prytherch. It concluded with an exhibition at Brighton University.

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Terry working with projection.

Terry working with paint.

Photograph taken by Terry of his dogs.
The images shown on this site are a selected few of many produced by Addi, Chris, Laura, Ruth, Terry, and Jason using digital cameras, computers, projectors and video equipment.