- C-type print, braille (PVC, UV ink)
- Purchased 2021
- 978 x 787mm
This work by Conor Clarke depicts a landscape as remembered and then described by a member of the blind and low vision community. She used a pinhole camera without a viewfinder to create an image that responded to their words. Combined with touchable braille embedded into the photograph’s surface, this offers a way of experiencing art that moves beyond the visual. It invites us to encounter a scene without expectation or assumption and to reflect on how we each experience and interpret the world around us.
(Absence, May 2023)