Not everything happens on a stage - look out for some of these surprises as you make your way around Botanic Park.
A brand new addition to the park, WOMADelaide has teamed up with UniSA’s MOD. to bring a taste of its futuristic museum of discovery to Frome Park.
Inside the ‘WOMOD.’ shipping container, audiences can immerse themselves in the multi-sensory exhibit Feeling Human. Using a range of technologies the installation will invite people to consider, and experience first-hand, how the body and mind work together to feel pain.
A collaboration between MOD. and Professor Lorimer Moseley and Dr Tasha Stanton from the University of South Australia, Feeling Human is a place where stories of pain are told, provoked, stimulated, simulated, and made three dimensional.
The exhibit uses different technologies to give you a series of experiences, each providing a ‘window’ into pain research.
FRI 4:30pm - 10:00pm
SAT 12:00pm - 10:00pm
SUN 12:00pm - 10:00pm
MON 12:00pm - 10:00pm
Warning: This exhibit explores perceptions of pain and may cause discomfort for some people. Parental guidance is recommended. An element of the exhibit emits an electric shock which may interfere with implanted electrical devices such as pacemakers, all types of defibrillators, deep brain or spinal cord stimulators. This exhibit also uses lighting effects that may trigger a photosensitive reaction.