Vibrations – happening simultaneously in Montreal, Quebec and East London, UK – is the culmination of a collaboration between VibraFusionLab (London, Ontario), Together! 2012 CIC (East London, UK), and the Participatory Media cluster of Milieux: Institute for Arts, Culture and Technology, Concordia University (Montreal, Quebec). The project brings Deaf and disabled artists and their communities from Montreal and East London together to co-produce a suite of new digital artworks and experimental prototypes that explore our sensorial relationship to the world through «vibrational» tactility, including the skin, and the body as a resonant chamber. It asks how artistic creation can contribute to challenging ableism (discrimination against disabled people) and audism (discrimination against Deaf people). Vibrations features a wide range of approaches to Deaf and disability arts and imagines multiple intersections of tactile vibration, sound, and image.