Braille Self Portrait
AUDIO DESCRIPTION AVAILABLE
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To see my face you have too read my face
This piece is very important as it shows how I see myself in the mirror, a broken image made up of thousands of dots. I have a memory of how I look and what close friends and family look like, but I don’t know what strangers look like unless we chat and I get to know them through the words we communicate.
So, people who have limited vision can learn about me through my words and sighted people will see my face from a distance, as a picture of my face is made up of Braille. But to know my face you have to read it, so they must learn Braille.
The Braille reads:
“My name is Clarke and I’m blind but also a visual artist using Braille as my artistic language how I see is like looking through a thousand dots opening your eyes under water know those dots mean something as you touch my art to decode how I see image face through words”
Size: 91 x 122 cm
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