See you see me (Part 3)
Forming part of a larger ongoing project on blindness and perception, this work seeks to explore how we see each other.
I invited participants to describe someone that they have never seen with their eyes. The skin becomes an important factor in seeing the face in many cases.
The close-up portraits are then overlaid with words from the description in Braille on a frosted, semi-transparent surface. The portrait can only be seen clearly through the Braille.