Make Noise
About
Make Noise is a unique virtual reality experience in which you use the power of your voice to break through the barriers faced by the suffragettes. In a series of colorful and abstract worlds that represent the stages of their struggle—from frustration to resistance to victory—you are invited to use your own voice and consider what it means to speak up. Created by BBC VR Hub with Anagram, and incorporating archive interviews with suffragettes, the experience empowers you to follow Emmeline Pankhurst’s advice and “make more noise.”
May Abdalla
, BBC VR Hub and Anagram
May Abdalla is co-founder of Anagram, award-winning immersive experience creators whose work brings together physical experience, documentary storytelling and digital playfulness. Anagram have designed interactive experiences for the Tower of London, Google and the Imperial War Museum amongst others. Their piece Door Into The Dark, exploring what it means to be lost and set in a giant sensory set in the dark, won the Tribeca Storyscapes Award and earned them a mention in Columbia Universities Digital Dozen in 2016. May is a regular Jury member for BAFTA documentary and interactive categories as well as Sheffield Doc/Fest and One World Awards.