I remember form my childhood a very powerful album cover from Manfred Mann’s Earth Bands the Roaring Silence. Artwork could be one way to express your vision.
Other things you can explore are the sounds of tinnitus in a musical way. Very doable with synthesis and VCV Rack. Emotions, challenges, adaptation, overcoming, discrimination, joy, empathy… whatever your life experience these can all be expressed as musical ideas that can be plotted into an album structure to tell a story.
Of course there are song titles and album names, maybe make them all braille with no explantion to make the hearing think and experience what it’s like to loose something.
You could also try to team up with a local amateur interpretative dance group to see how they would respond to your music and experience, maybe even create a little show at your local community centre that way deaf people can be included too, contact the local paper or news channel.
I think there are lots of things you can do to promote your experience, it will take some lateral thinking, probably a lot of virtual door knocking but if you believe in what you are trying to do chances are other will too.
I’m not sure if this is the kind of advice you’re after just some ideas that may may spark other ideas.
Good luck with your album, if something is heart felt it usually comes out its the music.