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Exhibit for the blind
Posted By Charlieb
Date Monday, 25 April 2022, at 3:54 p.m.

Charlieb
If you were putting together an exhibit for the blind (show might not be appropriate) - which turners would you solicit pieces from - and why?

This would be a Hands On exhibit, encouraging visitors to physically interact with the pieces.

What design considerations would you make when coming up with ideas for this exhibit?

Imagine never having seen a Barbara Dill, or Derek Weisman or Malcom Tibet piece and handling one of their works for the first time…

Would someone who had then lost their sight experience pieces differently from someone blind since birth?

 

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