Room With A View in Cardio
Twin Vision are working with children who attend the Cardio department in Alder Hey Children’s Hospital and have been developing an educational animation around oral hygiene. The young patients have come up with some great characters two of which are James Henry the Dentist and Porsche the girl who has a nightmare with her teeth. Both models are coming along nicely
Continuing Twin Vision’s art residency at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital, the team worked with young people attending Dewi Jones Unit to create an animation inspired by a poem about Chickenpox. The work will form part of an educational resource about infection control.
Twin Vision worked for one year with patients attending Alder Hey Children’s Hospital for treatment for cancer. The young animators, aged 3 to 19, worked with the Twin Vision team whilst receiving treatment, to create four amazing animations. Supported by First Light, Children in Need and Alder Hey Children’s NHS Foundation Trust.
In recognition of the fantastic talent, determination and imagination these children and young people demonstrated throughout the project they were invited to attend an awards ceremony at Leicester Square Odeon, an evening with the BBC for Children in Need and a visit to the House of Lords to receive a Digital Heroes Award. We thoroughly enjoyed the films and hope you do too.