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[BKARTS] Subject: artists' books for visually impaired

There's an extraordinary book installation that was done by south African
artist, Willem Boshoff in 1995 at the Johannesburg Art Gallery: he made a
"Dictionary for the Blind" - a large installation where he created a series
of sculptural forms in box like structures - on top was a plate written in
Braille that was the denotation of a word that had to do with morphology.
Inside this box-form, was a wood carving that referenced the shape.  I saw
his letter "A" - which filled a very large gallery.  His work and ideas are
quite extraordinary.
- Robbin Ami Silverberg
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